Illegal Immigration Case Study

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On Tuesday president Trump called an end to the Obama program “DACA” and urges Congress to make a replacement before he begins removing the rights and the protection of “DACA” will end in six months. This means if congress doesn’t make a replacement then they will all be deported back to their home country. In March as many as 800 thousand people brought to the United States illegally as children will be eligible for deportation. The five-year-old policy allows them to remain without immediate removal from the country and gives them the right to work. Trump and his attorney, announced the change at the Justice Department, arguing that those that have entered the country illegally are lawbreakers who hurt Americans by taking their jobs and…show more content…
Another part of the problem is that the American taxes and government pays for the illegal immigrant’s college and other such things. Trump doesn’t want to come up with a solution because he believes congress should have fixed it from the start and now all the weight is on them now. Hurricane Harvey lashed her small home in Houston with wind and rain, Carolina Ramirez hunkered down on Friday to face a threat she finds even more ominous: word that President Trump may be about to rescind the program that has allowed her to work and live there for the past five years without fear she’ll be deported. Ms. Ramirez, 28, is one of the original beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. The program, whose fate is now up in the air, has allowed nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children to work and study here for two-year renewable terms. "It’s extremely frustrating that someone is trying to take away my livelihood after everything we’ve done," said Ms. Ramirez, who works on education issues as an organizer for United We Dream, a national organization that advocates on behalf of undocumented immigrants, known as Dreamers.

On Friday she monitored Twitter for hurricane updates and messaged fellow activists about protests planned over the next 10 days. During his campaign, the president promised to rescind DACA as soon as he took office, but since then he has
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