Trump Open to find Solutions for Dreamers
On January 20, 2017, President elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. In a recent interview as Man of the Year 2016 for Time magazine, among the multiple issues discussed was the issue of continuing with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or rescinding Obama’s program as he had previously vowed to do.
Although the actual plans have not been revealed, Trump did express that a solution must be found for the close to 750,000 people affected by this decision. In the interview with Time magazine he expressed sympathy and is open to work something out for these children who were brought illegally into the United States at a very young age and have studied here and many working at good jobs.
Several organizations and universities have advised their students who may be travelling abroad, not to do so unless absolutely necessary and to return to the U.S. before the inauguration date. There is no assurance that they will not be denied re-entry even though they were given parole allowing them to travel.
These are times to consult with a skilled attorney specializing in immigration, who can communicate with you in your same language, with experience and knowledge needed to assure that your case is handled correctly, either in relation to DACA or any other issue.