Immigration And Illegal Immigrants

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DREAMERS are facing a Nightmare
Foreign Nationals that are in the United States without the permission of the government, are in violation of the United States immigration laws. Foreign Nationals that entered the United States legally, but remained in the Unites States after their visa has expired, or other authority to enter or be in the country, are illegal immigrants. There are millions of undocumented illegal immigrants in the United States of America. Without legal status, immigrants only legal option to stay in the United States consist of, Marriage to a United States Citizen, Service in the United States Military, Cancellation of Removal, Asylum, or Temporary Protected Status. There are undocumented immigrants brought here as children. When President Barrack Obama was in office, he passed a new policy in 2012 seeking deferred action for those young people called, The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA. The policy was established to protect undocumented young people brought into the U.S. legally by their parents as minors but stayed on illegally. DACA provides undocumented young people with a renewable two-year visa that saves them from deportation. The Trump Administration may be ending the DACA program, leaving 800,000 newly documented DREMERS facing the nightmare of deportation.
The DREAMERS Act, Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, originated in 2001 as a proposed act. It stipulated that illegal immigrants would need to attend
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