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Let DACA deadline kick-start overdue immigration reform — Editorial

07 Setiembre 2017

Now he's tweeting that, "Congress now has 6 months to legalize DACA (something the Obama Administration was unable to do)".

The legislation would ideally provide long-term legal status for immigrants who enrolled in an Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which provided work permits and temporary protection from deportation, he said.

"Very smart President Trump".

Jimmy Kimmel opened Tuesday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" show and immediately addresses the move, before releasing a campaign style video of his own about it.

For instance, "amnesty" is what critics label more recent immigration reform efforts. "As attorney general for the state of Washington, I have a hammer, it's the law". The applications should be filed by Oct. 5, 2017. This would also apply to their children.

Immigration can be a controversial topic. They've been educated at public expense in our schools. "This is about the rule of law". "If they can't, I will revisit this issue!"

Apple CEO Tim Cook condemned the Trump administration's decision and pledged in a note to employees to offer any employees affected by the change the "support they need, including the advice of immigration experts". However, it simultaneously stressed that they won't necessarily be shielded from it either.

"People are sickened over, just heartbroken", said Orla Kelleher, executive director of the Aisling Irish Community Centre in New York.

"It should take, like, six hours to get this done", Kasich said on "CBS This Morning" Wednesday. "President Trump cannot continue compromising the safety of our communities and our nation, or putting the security of thousands of New Mexicans who contribute to our classrooms, public safety and economy at risk".

As ABC 7 reported, Mayor Ed Lee and other city officials held a press conference Tuesday featuring some DACA recipients, one of whom spoke and said that while she was disappointed and "devastated" by the news, "I'm not ready to give up, I'm not going anywhere".

Schneiderman plans to announce Wednesday afternoon the filing of a multistate lawsuit to protect beneficiaries of a program shielding children brought to the United States illegally.

Let DACA deadline kick-start overdue immigration reform — Editorial