If Congress doesn’t act by Mar. 5, protection will start expiring for US residents who came to the country illegally as children.
President Trump’s address didn’t really mention education, but he did bring up immigration. He wants a wall and a path to citizenship.
With immigration comes an increase in terrorism-related and sex crime, a student opines at an IL high school.
Federal statistics show that many of the foreign-born prisoners in US custody entered the country illegally. Keep perspective.
Congress faces a deadline of March 5, and unless it takes action, 100s of 1000s of DACA recipients will be at risk of deportation.
Childhood immigration in Canada, esp. with rising refugees there, has sent educators looking for answers on how to best educate them.
A solution is needed on DACA, but Trump and a mostly bipartisan effort in Congress seem miles apart from each other as the program winds down.
The overwhelming majority of Americans support allowing kids who are in the US under DACA protection to stay here, even if the DACA program ends.
If Pres. Trump doesn’t decide the fate of DACA immigrant children by tomorrow, 10 atty’s general say they’ll force his hand by filing a lawsuit.
Pres. Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio, an Ariz. sheriff the Justice Dept. said abused Hispanic people to enforce his brand of immigration reform but ignore other crimes.