While Bannon was sacked by the Republicans last month, it is apparent that he is still supportive of Trump's moves and initiatives, including his recent rescinding of DACA, which was approved by former POTUS (President of the United States) Barrack Obama in 2012. But Trump didn't do that with DACA. On one hand he rescinds the Barack Obama edict, but not for six months. Do you think that congress should codify DACA? President Trump's decision to enact an "orderly wind-down" of executive amnesty for these Americans-of-the-heart sets the stage for a fair-minded solution to a long-standing immigration quandary. First, can Congress fix the problem?
"The University of Tennessee does not have financial aid for undocumented students", Pedraza said. "Then recently when the news came out about DACA coming to an end it made me anxious because I, myself, and my brother, we are DACA recipients".
According to Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, the president may want that, too.
That is what President Trump is doing if he ends DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) after six months.
On Thursday during Clubs Day, representatives for the Coalition for Undocumented Students and Allies, a resource listed by the Puente Program, said they were unwilling to be interviewed by The Current for this story.
Spanish auditors demand Catalan leaders pay for previous independence vote: El Pais
But a referendum in defiance of Spain's rule of law, without the blessing of central authorities, has inflamed controversy. The vote is not recognized by the Spanish government and most political parties at the national level.
On Tuesday, the Trump administration announced the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.
Can President Donald Trump and the Republican-majority Congress make a deal?
Trump is navigating politically tricky waters. Over the last four years KIAC's legal program has helped many young people realize this dream, and we've help them renew their status so they could continue this positive journey. People could go back and forth about the parents being illegal immigrants and what kind of rights that entails them to (if any), but when did we become a country that punishes children for the acts of their parents?
"I am concerned by the government's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programme", United Nations rights chef Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said at the opening of the 36th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva. So a bill to replace DACA, he says, should be accompanied with limits on extended family unification migration and with "enhanced enforcement measures", such as mandatory E-Verify.
We are the land of opportunity, and we can not pride ourselves on that unless we make a change and stand with those who want the opportunities that were promised to them. Many of them have gone to college and built careers here, and have a lot to contribute to this country.