This is where Congress will have problems…!
As far as the American people are concerned: First a joke – the American Congress, being both the House of Representatives and the so-called “upper house” which we will aptly refer to as the Senate the joke is…” they probably won’t like either of the ways that President Trump will decide to go regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals aka (DACA) because they will have to go to work on something…”
And please have no doubt whatsoever, when one elicits the USA Congress to operate in any way just sit back and count the number of problems they’ll create. Before the Deferred Action…DACA is over and the decision made, there will be any number of issues surrounding a more than generous program offered by the American taxpayers.
If I had a crystal ball and could PUFF! Out of thin air the name of a stock that would make anyone a billionaire and showed a track record of being correct, I think there are some readers out there that would say “hey, what’s the name of the stock?” Am I correct? Sure, as anything I am.
So rather than me explain what entitlements that DACA recipients get – here it is according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service delivered by the Department of Homeland Security.
“Persons who request DACA status must have been younger than 31 years old as of June 15, 2012, the date the policy first was announced by the Director of Homeland Security, according to the USCIS. Additional age requirements mandate that DACA applicants be at least 15 years old at the time of the request and that they migrated to the United States before the age of 16.
The DACA policy requires applicants to have continuously lived in the United States at least from June 15, 2007, until the present, notes the USCIS. They also must have been physically present in the country as of June 15, 2012, as well as at the time they make their request for deferred action.
To request DACA, applicants must either be currently enrolled in school, graduated from high school, obtained a GED certificate or have been honorably discharged from the U.S. Coast Guard or other Armed Forces, explains USCIS. Also, applicants must not have any felony convictions or significant misdemeanors.”
Therefore, younger than 31 and older than 15 years of age as long as one was younger than 16 years of age. So, in the attempt to make this rubbish conform to The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965 let’s say that they must have lived here continuously for 5 years. And just to be as complicated as possible let’s say that one must be currently enrolled in high school or obtained a GED, or spent time in the US military. Yes, that is
true and has been since the earliest of illegal immigrant amnesty programs, just ask President Reagan, President Bush, President Clinton, President George W. Bush and the one who created this mess, President Barack Obama, including the respective congresses that went along with these non-accountable people.
With all of my inner adult mind I would swear (in a nice way) that before any person is done with this program, especially Congress, we won’t be asked but they’ll gain citizenship, voting rights, and then let’s just wait until all of their relatives, loved ones, trans whatever partners, and so on are here, right next door.