Thursday, July 13, 2017

Top Trump official warns special immigration status may end soon for a million people

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 President Donald Trump's top immigration official warned Hispanic members of Congress Wednesday that over a million people living in the United States under a special protected status could soon be placed in line for deportation.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus that the fate of deferred action program known as DACA — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — will likely be determined by the courts, perhaps as soon as September, and that attorneys he’s consulted with do not think the program is legally sustainable. Kelly also would not commit to extending temporary protected status, or TPS, for nationals from Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and four other countries, but indicated that TPS for Haitians will likely end.

“I have never left a meeting so emotionally affected than from what I just heard inside,” said U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., who estimated that millions of people could be deported. “And I’m positive that my colleagues heard the same thing that I heard.”

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  1. Tequincally they are invaders and they and all the descendants of invaders are not and never will be citizens.
    But that is just the law.
    Mexico has been sending their asymmetric army North to the USA to plunder and conquer the USA. The public words for generations of their presidents, their elected officials, the teaching in the schools, their press and more support that Mexico has been at war with the USA for generations.
    Make Mexico Great. Give them back the 1/3 of Mexico that has invaded the USA.
    You wanted a fight Senor Gutierrez. That is the fight and win over your friends invasion. The law will be fallowed.

    1. Make Mexico Great. Give them back the 1/3 of Mexico that has invaded the USA