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Stephen K. Tills, Attorney at LAW

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

It has been three weeks since the official launch of the “two year renewable” immigration staying rights for the undocumented immigrant kids. It is penned as a legal permit to work in the USA.

Line up in Los Angeles for help with paperwork after the US government began accepting application Temporary legal status.

President Obama did not consult congress. But, used existing legal authority to set this plan in motion benefiting 800.000 young people. This plan is now commonly known as the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals program by immigration officials.
Note: These “dreamers” still need to meet other educational, military and criminal record requirements, not be over 31 years old and having arrived in the US before their 16th birthday.

Dreamers are young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. The term is derived from the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, a bill first introduced as the Dream Act in 2001 by Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch. In most of its various forms the Dream Act has called for some sort of path to either legal immigrant status or citizenship and eligibility for in-state tuition rates, and in a few of the many attempts to get the bill passed since 2001, access to state financial aid. the Huffington Post

Comment: “We’ve done away with the fear,” said Gaby Pacheco, 27, an Ecuadorean-born immigrant who was among the first in a wave of students in recent years who “came out” to declare publicly that they were in this country illegally.” NewYorkTimes

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