The young immigrants’ organization and networks have some news ricocheting within it of the alarming attacks from extremists. The extremist, who are of the GOP, has landed several attacks on the DACA program. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an organization that works to provide youths that have attained some prerequisites an opportunity to live and works within the United States. DACA works to provide the youth a social security number that is renewable after two years. The social security number pre3vent them from deportation and offer them the opportunity to work in the United States. Moreover, they are permitted to acquire a driving license and access the in-state tuition fees.
As earlier reported, a letter by the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to the Trump administration requested the rescinding of the DACA program by September 15. It threaded legal actions in the case the demand fails to be met. Though, the process is meant to be phased off rather than an instant termination. The already existing in the program will not be allowed to apply for renewals whereas there will not be new applications. Some nine attorneys and the governor of the Red state inscribed their names on the letter.
Hispanic Caucus assembled this week in an indoor meeting with the secretary of the homeland John Kelly. John Kelly said that the program protects over eight hundred individual built it is now put under threat. He added to say that there are many legal cases placed in court against the program. Many advocates and dreamers are sounding alarms but are frustrated by John Kelly’s report this week. DACA termination was among the solid promises of trumps campaigns. Trump had to announce the end of DACA however profitable this program was successful.
The united state has benefited so much from the program during the five years of its operation. About ninety five percent of people who benefit from DACA program work or study. The universities all around the United States have benefited from millions of dollars every year. Higher taxes too are placed on them and therefore improving earnings. Lacey and Larkin Fonterra Fund are helping in assisting in the fight against DACA termination, providing guidance and in finding a permanent solution to the problem.
DACA was launched by President Obama in June 2012, a program that allowed the deferred action for the youth that came to U.S. as children. Deferred action is limited immigration benefits granted to people that are in the process of removal. There is not a well-defined path from deferred action to permanent residence. Under the deferred action, the individuals can apply for employment.