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The Obama Administration has expressed extreme disappointment over U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen‘s rulings against President Obama‘s deferment of deporting young immigrants, which was set to solidify this Wednesday and before its May 19 date.
In the original decision, President Obama had proposed a reprieve for young immigrants and whose parents are citizens or have been naturalized as such under the law of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA is meant to protect their (the “Dreamers”) rights in stay in America (if it’s been over 5 years and obtain no criminal record), but those who have opposed the amnestic law complain that there are currently 4.9 million immigrants undocumented, and in simple English, feel that DACA lets them off the hook in having not registered their existence beforehand.
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