IMMIGRATION ADVOCACY GROUP: SUPREME COURT SHOULD REJECT TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ATTACKS ON DACA PROGRAM

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[Immigration News]
FWD.us President Todd Schulte: "The Administration continues to take every step possible to rip protections away from DACA recipients who know no other home than the United States. Federal courts across the country have repeatedly made clear that the Trump Administration’s termination of DACA was unlawful."
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FWD.us President Todd Schulte issued the following statement yesterday on the Trump Administration's petition in the case on DACA against the Regents of the University of California:

"Today’s filing makes clear that the Administration continues to take every step possible to rip protections away from DACA recipients who know no other home than the United States. Federal courts across the country have repeatedly made clear that the Trump Administration’s termination of DACA was unlawful.

“The DACA program has been incredibly successful, and the Supreme Court should reject these unlawful efforts to terminate this program, separate nearly 700,000 DACA recipients from their families, and deport them. More than eighty percent of Americans believe Dreamers should be able to stay in the United States, because they understand the valuable contributions that Dreamers make to our communities and to our country.”

FWD.us is a bipartisan political organization that believes America's families, communities and economy thrive when more individuals are able to achieve their full potential. For too long, our broken immigration and criminal justice system have locked too many people out of the American dream. Founded by leaders in the technology and business communities, we seek to grow and galvanize political support to break through partisan gridlock and achieve meaningful reforms. Together, we can move America forward.

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