Obama’s DREAMers Have Lost His Protection
President Elect Donald Trump will deport large numbers of undocumented immigrants by taking advantage of President Barack Obama’s protection program.
Named after the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors or DREAM Act, “DREAMers” are illegal immigrants who came to America as children and have provided the federal government their personal information. The act was intended to phase illegal immigrants into citizenship, but failed to pass.
And now, Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, grants temporary work permits and protection from deportation.
Expect the Trump Administration to reverse that program once he takes office in January.
“Removing visa overstays will be a top priority of my administration,” he said on 31 August 2015. “If people around the world believe they can just come on a temporary visa and never leave, the Obama-Clinton policy then we have a completely open border. We must send the message that visa-expiration dates will be strongly enforced.”
The DREAMers had to provide the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) their home address and proof that they lived in the United States illegally for a minimum of 5 years in order to receive protection through DACA. For most that included showing their expired visas.
Obama courted them with the notion that they would vote illegally, and get out other Latinos and Hispanic to do the same, Donald Trump will deport them
On that document, it specifically states when you were supposed to have departed. That is proof of a visa overstay.
Barack Hussein Obama’s protected ones ow have targets on their back. Expect Donald Trump to follow the law and deport Obama’s DREAMers, and more.
He is putting in place very conservative administrators.
Have a terrific weekend.
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