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Most “Dreamers” are not covered by DACA protections.

The bill bans “refugees” from bringing in their relatives.

Bill was weak on the wall, weak on chain immigration, and didn’t end the lottery.

In 2016, Apple and Google brought in 4,500 foreigners.

Trump dismissed demands of Black Caucus, saying he wasn’t making policy to cater to them.

DACA beneficiaries are not who you’ve been told they are.

Send Them Home

Temporary protected status should be temporary.

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Trump: “DACA is probably dead because the Democrats don’t really want it.”

Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon are among the signatories.

House liberals fear that Democratic senators will force a bad deal on them.

New bill: tougher rules for businesses that hire illegals; no path to citizenship for DACA kids.

Statewide network of attorneys and volunteers calls on governor to pardon immigrants faced with deportation.

Illegal immigration isn’t as risky as Mexicans thought.

Claims President cannot end DACA until all lawsuits are played out in court.

Priorities are: DACA reform, border security, and ending chain migration and visa lottery.

Pope says it’s not his job to tell governments what their immigration policies should be.

Trump thinks “temporary protected status” really means temporary.

The DACA Drama, News-Topic

If there is to be a DACA amnesty, this is what Trump wants in return.

Limiting immigration will benefit American workers.

Lawmakers say they are confused about what Trump wants.

By nearly 2 to 1, likely voters want an end to chain migration.

Employees supplied names, birth dates, driver’s license numbers, license plate numbers, and room numbers to ICE.

Lefty activists are threatening primary challenges to Dianne Feinstein, others.

$26.1 billion sent from January to November in 2017.

Trump predicts DACA activists and Hispanics will turn against Democrats.

DACA beneficiaries to Democrats: “All of us, or none of us.”

That’s a 53 percent increase since 2011.

Estimate does not include “potentially millions” who are older than 18.

Durbin still wants chain migration and rejects merit-based immigration.

Vote on amnesty bill effectively defered until after elections in March.

For Faith and Nation, AR Classic Article

A refreshing Christian view on immigration.

Trump goes after H-1B, H-2B, and L-1A visas.

McConnell promises cloture vote in mid January before the deadline to fund the government.

Protesters want amnesty for themselves, their parents, and other relatives.

Two-thirds of EU citizens say immigration has a negative impact on their society.

Employers of low-skilled workers prefer Hispanics to blacks.

Trump administration will push to replace family-based immigration with merit-based.

“Most of the infiltrators came from Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, and other countries in northeastern Africa.”

Democrats think they can get a better deal on DACA in January.

Many websites offer fake backstories and counseling for getting into Sweden.

He says he has “tremendous support” for ending them.

New head says the growth of MS-13 is a “deadly consequence” of current immigration policies.

Senate Democrats say they will accept “a significant investment in border security in exchange for DACA.”

Nationalist party wants tighter immigration reform in exchange for budget support.

Extra vetting would not have prevented Port Authority attack, but eliminating chain migration would have.

Support for DACA among swing voters has been declining since September.

Republicans say they will not let DACA fix be part of the funding deal.

Only two justices dissented.

Between 2005 and 2015, more than 70 percent of immigrants to U.S. arrived from chain migration.

“[O]ur decisions on immigration policies must always be made by Americans and Americans alone.”