The place where Republicans and Democrats find the most agreement is on DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals executive order that President Barack Obama put in place to give temporary legal status to those who were brought into this country illegally as children.
Without congressional action, the program will end March 5.
USCIS officials said the program will be operated as it was before it was rescinded on September 5, 2017 by the Trump administration.
However, the person spearheading the legislation, Virginia Congressman Bob Goodlatte, says DACA recipients will not be prioritized when it comes to citizenship.
But that agreement was cast into doubt the same day when a firestorm erupted after reports surfaced that President Trump, during a meeting with lawmakers over an immigration bill, asked why the US was accepting immigrants from "shithole countries" referring reportedly to immigrants from Haiti and Africa.
"It just shows everyone how broken and unfair our court system is when the opposing side in a case (such as DACA) always runs to the 9th Circuit and nearly always wins before being reversed by higher courts". The Dems will threaten 'shutdown, ' but what they are really doing is shutting down our military, at a time we need it most. "I'd hate to kick the can down the road just because of this court ruling". She blasted the notion that Democrats would want a DACA solution to be included in a spending bill which must be passed by January 19 to fund the government.
On Thursday, reports surfaced that Trump referred to Haiti and African nations as "s--hole countries" in a meeting that day with lawmakers.
"I can't imagine waking up and not knowing what's going to happen to your future", she said.Читайте также: University of Rochester President Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Report
Alsup also ruled the Trump administration must resume receiving DACA renewal applications, according to several news sources.
The congressman said these four topics are what he called "Phase 1", of the negotiations - while Phase 2 negotiations, dedicated to talks on comprehensive immigration reform, would be held at a later time.
A senior House Republican, Representative Tom Cole, voiced similar optimism following briefings from House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
"Today I'm here, tomorrow I don't know if I'm going to be here", Azua said. John Cornyn of Texas, the GOP whip.
"I came here and I didn't know English", said Zaira Livier, who was brought to the US when she was seven years old. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., as he entered Wednesday's session.
Republicans are pushing for the most wide-ranging changes - including an end to the lottery and limiting family migration only to the nuclear family of spouses and minor children, while rank-and-file Democrats are trying to preserve as much of those programs as possible.
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