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Is DACA Ever Going To Be Solved?

Jun 15, 2019 Familia America DACA Immigration

Nothing about immigration is easy to understand right now. Aside from the political climate being the way it is, people often forget that real lives are being affected every day. This is especially true for those brought to this country when they were kids. We know that you may need a DACA attorney in Salt Lake City, and we are here to help.

At Familia America Immigration, we are ready to handle your immigration needs. Let us help you navigate this complex and ever-changing system so you can get back to living your life.

What is going on with DACA now?

It seems like we are stuck in a never-ending cycle of no action being taken on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals issue. What we do know is that the US Supreme Court is going to meet behind closed doors to discuss taking up a case during their next term. The case they are considering hearing concerns the phase-out of DACA.

As it stands, multiple lower courts have blocked attempts by the Executive Branch to rescind DACA. The administration has appealed all of these lower court decisions to the Supreme Court, which has so far not responded. If the Court decides to hear a DACA case, it will happen in the middle of 2020 – a presidential election year.

What is at stake?

DACA recipients, known as Dreamers, were those brought to this country as minors. Many of them have absolutely no memory of their home country. In fact, calling anything other than the US their home country seems absurd. Some of them do not even speak Spanish. They have grown up here, gone to school here, and many of them have professional careers here. Many Dreamers are in the US military. Others are teachers, college professors, and doctors.

  • In every way other than an official piece of paper, DACA recipients are citizens of this country.
  • More than 800,000 Dreamers have been left in legal limbo for years now.

The DACA program started in 2012 as a way to protect all of these people brought here as minors (before the age of 16).

What are the alternatives?

If DACA is rescinded, what happens to the more than 800,000 people in the program? Will it mean mass deportation of those who have never revisited their country of birth?

What we will do now

We cannot tell you when the DACA crisis will be solved. What we can do is offer our help to get you through all of these changes. At Familia America Immigration, our knowledgeable and experienced team is going to get to the bottom of your case and build a story. We want the courts to see you for you, away from the political rhetoric that drives the debates on TV. We know that you want to get on with your life and we will help. If you need a Salt Lake City DACA attorney, you can contact us by clicking here or calling 801-656-9605 for a free consultation.

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