DACA protects young immigrants who were brought to the US illegally as children or came with families who overstayed visas was rescinded on September 5th. But Trump's Twitter posts on Thursday morning disputed that announcement, saying "no deal was made last night on DACA".
"There's only one thing that cracks President Trump's base, and that's if he cracks on immigration", the Iowa Republican said in an interview.
The National Council of Asian Pacific Americans says that about 16,000 Asian-American Pacific Islanders are part of the DACA program. Olive; DACA allowed her to get a social security number and a driver's license so she could legally work to put herself through school.
"We have to have the wall. if we don't have the wall we're doing nothing", the president said as he arrived in Florida to inspect damage from Hurricane Irma. But he also said the border wall he pledged during the presidential campaign would "come later", infuriating some conservatives.
Working with her activist group Together We Will Stand Indivisible, Petaluma, she organized a Defend DACA rally that drew almost 300 attendees on Sunday.
It would also place "responsible limits" on permanent residency for refugees and prioritize immigration for those who are "best positioned to succeed in the United States".
"I want more details and hope that it's more than DACA", said Ugaz, who was born in Peru.
About 1.5 million, mostly in Florida, without power in Irma's wake
In Hollywood, the Rehabilitation Center said the hurricane had knocked out a transformer that powered the air conditioning. Eight residents died at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills after the facility lost air conditioning.
"I'm excited, with this pressure, slowly but surely he's moving towards us", said Ruiz Lira. "And I think a broken legal immigration system contributes to it as well".
Those people are the foundation of our immigrant community and, if we go back far enough and it can be argued that this group is the foundation of our country.
Allow those in the program to remain, deport any who have committed crimes and do not allow any new "dreamers" into the country. "Congress now has 6 months to legalize DACA (something the Obama Administration was unable to do). I would have to go to a country I have not lived in", said Jiminez, whose parents brought him across the USA boarder from Oaxaca when he was 1.
CASTRO: Well, I think that, you know, the idea of amnesty from 1986 was kind of a blanket allowance of people to stay with no conditions. President Trump has urged Congress to do something and to do it right, and so they should.
For others, getting rid of the temporary deferment was about law and order, a move meant to fortify American borders and enforce existing laws by forcing Congress to fish or cut bait on revisiting the rules of those who call the USA home.
"I know the people that were strong Trump supporters, that were on his bandwagon early on", said Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.