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Under current law, Dreamers can’t work in paid positions in the House or Senate.
Maybe he can finally get his wall if we "grant citizenship to a BILLION foreigners," she angrily tweets.
They want to stay in the U.S. and help children. But President Donald Trump might not let them.
We gave Dreamers a five-year glimpse at how it feels to be treated as “real” Americans, and now we’re debating closing the blinds.
The decision means the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will remain in effect -- for now.
President Donald Trump's administration rejected multiple bipartisan proposals.
The White House plan to scrap DACA isn’t going well in federal court.
The strategy of pairing Dreamer protections to government funding didn't work. So what's next?
The White House chief of staff said the president's immigration framework was generous. But even some Republicans don't think it can work.
Thomas Homan also lashed out against a standalone Dream Act and sanctuary cities this week.
The Senate Majority Leader said he intended to allow a vote on DACA and "related issues" next month. But some believe his pledge was hollow.
Many Democrats want protections for undocumented immigrants to be part of a must-pass government funding bill. But will enough of them hold firm?
“DACA is probably dead because the Democrats don’t really want it," he tweeted.
But it remains unclear what he believes should be included in a broader package.
In the Golden State's agricultural heartland, young undocumented immigrants plead for support from their congressmen.
Pushing the issue to next year would leave hundreds of thousands of undocumented young people in limbo, but Congress might do it anyway.