Deportation of “Dreamers” not a Priority for the incoming President
It seems that deporting Dreamers is not a priority for the incoming President of the United States, as stated by the proposed Director of the Department of Homeland Security, John Kelly.
Retired General John Kelly, who will be responsible for the national security and the decision whether to build the wall on the Mexican border, said that he does not believe that the deportation of undocumented youth who were brought to this country as children and are known as “dreamers” is going to be a priority of the Government of Donald Trump.
The 750,000 undocumented youth who were protected by the Deferred Action Program (DACA) launched in 2012 by President Obama sent their information to the government to be able to apply for immigration relief, and many immigration activists now fear that Trump could use those same details to locate and deport them.
On the other hand on January 12, 2017 eighty-eight CEO’s of large companies have asked the President-elect directly, to support the Bridge Project, which extends the benefits of DACA, for 3 years, by which thousands of undocumented youth can be educated and work legally in the United States.
Speaking with and licensed and skilled immigration attorney, authorized and experienced in handling cases before these agencies and courts, is the first step when dealing with any immigration issue. Do not use an unauthorized individual to help you with your immigration matters, because it could cost you much more in the long run.
An experienced attorney authorized to practice immigration law in Dallas, throughout Texas, can assure that your case moves forward as quickly as possible and is handled correctly.
EFE News January 11 & 12. 2017