9th Oct 2017
The Trump administration on Sunday announced it’s striving several major changes to the country’s immigration system — in exchange for extending the Obama-era program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.
The entreaties included additional crackdowns on “sanctuary cities” that protect illegal immigrants; reducing the number of incoming refugees; 10,000 more Custom-builts and Border Patrol agents; and new initiatives curbing the number of unaccompanied migrants who come to the U.S. illegally as children. Democrat already have said many of the White House’s terms are off the table.
“Unfortunately, over the last several decades respect for the rule of law has broken down and migration implementation has been sacrificed to the purposes of political expediency. This has built us less secure and it cannot stand, ” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. “Now President Trump has put forth a series of proposals that will restore the rule of law to our migration system, prioritize America’s safety and security, and objective the lawlessness. These are reasonable proposals that will build on the early success of President Trump’s leadership. This program are now working. If followed it will induce an in-migration system with soundnes and one in which we can take pride. Perhaps the best result lies in the fact that unlawful attempts to enter will continue their dramatic decline.”
DACA basically allows law-abiding illegal immigrants brought into the U.S. by their parents to live and work in the two countries without panic of deportation…