Judge sides with Trump on DACA, but blasts White House, Congress

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The unlucky undocumented immigrant who has contact with ICE is now put into deportation proceedings; the family with a deportation order frozen by Obama is now routinely removed from the country; visa recipients who let their status lapse are now deported without a hearing.

As the deadline that Trump administration had set for ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program passed on March 5, Dreamers marched across the us states to call for an extension of the Obama-era policy.

"We're here in solidarity to support our immigrant community", said Leo Murrieta, president of Make the Road Nevada, a political organization that advocates on behalf of immigrants.

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that shields almost 700,000 of the so-called Dreamers from deportation was supposed to expire on March 5, six months after Trump announced he was ending it. With ending DACA, Trump gave Congress six months to find a legislative solution for the program with a deadline set for March 5, 2018.

Court rulings have struck down President Trump's declared "end" to the DACA program.

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Two DACA recipients from Madison shared their experiences Monday.

"Although we passed great pieces of legislation (this year), this is not the end for this state to be a beacon of hope", he said.

"They're failing to take a stance and create new laws on an issue that every agrees on.nearly the vast majority of the country believes there should be pathways to citizenship", Goldman said. "It's known for human trafficking and violence against women", she said. The ACLU said Sunday that it launched "multiple six-figure advertising buys" with United We Dream and MoveOn.org, focusing on Trump.

"It gets me scared that I could get my chance to learn taken away", said Manuel Flores, 15, a Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School student who spoke to this news organization with permission from his father, who brought Manuel to the US when his son was 2. A decision by the Supreme Court on their petition is expected soon. To say that we dreamers are disappointed in our elected representatives would be an understatement. However, hundreds of thousands of Dreamers remain in limbo, as Congress attempts to negotiate a longer-term fix that may offer them a path to citizenship.

The crux of the difference in the rulings is that Titus admits the possibility that DACA itself is unconstitutional, as the almost identical Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) policy was already found to be by the U.S. Court of Appeals for Fifth Circuit.

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Titus repeatedly criticized Trump for his "occasionally disparaging remarks" about immigrants and other subjects, but said they weren't relevant to the legal issues surrounding the DACA rescission.

"However, it is still only a temporary solution, not a permanent one that will grant us certainty about our futures". "(Lawmakers) are like 'Just push it back, it's just the DACA kids'". Dreamers who never had DACA, however, can not get work permits.

The rally came on what would have been the last day for DACA, the Obama-era program that has deferred deportation for as many as 800,000 young people since 2012.

'Gave them 6 months, they just don't care.

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