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Why is Another Category of Legally Present Immigrants Being Threatened with Loss of Status and Deportation?

7 十月 2017 没有评论
by Sam Felder

by Sam Felder

Donald Kerwin

十月 7, 2017

Courtesy of 赫芬顿邮报

The Trump administration has never spoken with a coherent voice on immigration. Its immigration initiatives have been politically driven, some of them purely symbolic (在 2,000 mile wall), others unconstitutional (a “Muslim ban”), still others longstanding national priorities (“extreme vetting” and the deportation of violent criminals). What may ultimately distinguish the administration’s immigration approach, 但, is its apparent hostility to refugees and to “legal” immigrants; that is, other than the wealthy, highly credentialed elites that the president habitually attacks in other contexts. Thus, the administration has endorsed the RAISE Act, which would slash legal immigration levels, particularly for family-based immigrants. At a time of record numbers of forcibly displaced persons, it also intends to reduce US refugee admissions levels. And it has eliminated the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (IF) program, without pushing for any concrete, legislative substitute.

Why is Another Category of Legally Present Immigrants Being Threatened with Loss of Status and Deportation?

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