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Obama slams DACA suspension as 'cruel and wrong'

Obama slams DACA suspension as 'cruel and wrong'”

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions called the Obama-era program an "unconstitutional exercise of authority" and announced that the administration would give Congress six months to pass a bill keeping elements of the program "should it so choose".

"Fyi, my father would not kick the dreamers out of the US.He would find a way to work with Congress and lead", Reagan tweeted Tuesday.

He continued, "For them, what President Obama said was, 'I don't have the power to grant you legal status, but we will grant you a reprieve from deportation for two years, and during that period you will be allowed to work in order to support yourself'".

Lisa Zajur heads up Passport to Education with the commerce; a pilot program with area schools across central Virginia in which 100 Latino DACA students are enrolled. "But we must also recognise that we are nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws".

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".

The Mexican government is letting them know that they will be receives with open arms those who want to go back to their country of origin.

"They're waiting for an announcement that'll dash their hopes and dreams - many of those are from the Caribbean".

"But that said, even if they're not being actively removed from the country, this is still going to turn their lives upside down, because their ability to work has been taken away".

Replace the program, or risk nearly 800,000 people now under 36 years of age - who were brought to the U.S.by their parents as kids - losing their legal status in the U.S.

President Trump was expected to announce yesterday his decision regarding the programme.

"This decision by Donald Trump is a direct attack on immigrant youth like me and on our families, and it's based on one thing: the racist beliefs of a president who has been attacking Latinos and Mexicans since the first day of his campaign", Mr Vidal said in a statement.

"Congress now has 6 months to legalize DACA (something the Obama Administration was unable to do)". "I just want to put that out there". "Congress can act today", Jeremy Robbins, executive director of New American Economy told the Washington Post on Monday. He said in a statement that California businesses would lose more than a billion dollars in turnover costs, CBS News reported.



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