DACA Dreamers What’s Next?

 

As predicted President Trump and the Republican Party have already shown signs of softening their stance with respect to who to handle the DACA  “Dreamers”.  Some 800,000 childhood arrivals are subject to deportation, even though many of them have known no other country but the US as their home.  This prospect has generated such an uproar that President Trump has stated that he is willing to work towards a solution.

Most recently, he proposed allowing those here under DACA to stay provided Congress approved funding for the border wall.  This is far from a done deal, but it clearly shows that both parties realize that the U.S. is not going to deport 800,000 children brought here years ago by their parents who are now part of this country’s society.

I urge you to contact my office so that we may examine your situation closely and explore the possibilities.

Please keep in mind that since the President announced and end to DACA, this has been an area of law filled with scammers feeding on the fears of those affected by this sudden change in U.S. policy.

So please contact the Alonso Law Office so that we can discuss your particular situation.