And if you do it the right way, in this country at least, you can win.
While California's attorney general, Xavier Becerra, called the judge's ruling "a huge step in the right direction" in the Times, Sen. His office brought the case along with the University of California and other plaintiffs. He said he agrees with the White House that they should be allowed to sponsor spouses and minor children for legal residence, but not siblings or adult children. The judge said that argument was likely to prevail. Chuck Schumer said on Twitter that more work needs to be done to protect DACA recipients. He's an activist with the group United We Dream and a DACA recipient himself.
"It really is an unnecessary burden and just the worry that you feel that".
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It's a dramatic setback as the clock is ticking. The order is only a temporary injunction. The Justice Department had contended the program must end because its creation had circumvented Congress. Critics, however, said Obama did not have the constitutional authority to grant that amnesty without an act of Congress.
Judge William Alsup said in his ruling the Trump administration incorrectly concluded that the program had not been legally implemented by former President Barack Obama. But this legal battle is not the only thing that could complicate delicate negotiations on the Hill.
US President Donald Trump on Friday dismissed a bipartisan Senate immigration plan as "a big step backwards", saying it would force the United States to admit people from "high crime" countries, digging in on a position critics decried as racist.More news: Alabama Playbook Stolen from Atlanta Hotel Prior to Championship Game
The initiative also proposes to allot $30 billion for the construction of a controversial wall on the U.S. border with Mexico and do away with the visa lottery programme, which benefits citizens of countries who have a low number of immigrants to the US.
The tentative deal also addresses border security, including a border wall, the diversity visa lottery and chain migration.
"Hold up on that, because we need to see how USCIS will renew their procedure and if the administration is going to appeal and the likelihood is, yes", Aguayo stated.More news: Oil crosses US$70 threshold in London as worldwide glut dwindles
"This is not a comprehensive immigration reform bill - the president and others yesterday at the White House said that there would be further phases", Goodlatte said in Wednesday's conference.
Later, The Washington Post's Ashley Parker observed that the official White House transcript of the exchange did not include his "Yeah, I would like to do it" line - how convenient.More news: King supports president's signing of act to keep opioids out of US