In 2012, an immigration program was created to help people who came to the U.S. at a young age remain in the country longer might have roadblock: money. But a report from NPR pointed out that Mexico is helping with some of this cost, thus allowing its citizens to remain in America.
On Thursday, the House leadership started debating on a border security bill to address the immigration crisis, but conservatives, led by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, say they may refuse to sign-on without language that would put an end to what they call the “Obama amnesty” law.
Wake up sheeple and congress, before it’s too late. When this happens you can kiss your jobs goodbye. And “impeach” that arrogant ass. As Obama prepares to announce his executive orders on immigration in the coming weeks, he is believed to be considering two major actions: granting temporary relief from deportation and giving work authorization to millions of illegal immigrants.
Young immigrants who have won government protection from deportation can apply for another two years of safety. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will start taking renewal applications from the more than half-million immigrants already enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program starting immediately.