The 7 states jointly appeal to the Trump administration to repeal the plan.

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 The 7 states jointly appeal to the Trump administration to repeal the plan.


Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas. (picture source: Washington Post) Overseas network May 2 U. S. President Trump announced in September 2017 that the abolition of the childhood immigration repatriation plan (DACA), but in January this year was called by the United States Department of justice. Recently, 7 states of the United States have appealed jointly for the government to abolish the plan. In fact, the 7 states questioned the legality of the DACA plan last year, prompting the Trump administration to announce that the plan will be terminated from March this year. According to the Washington Post, local time on Tuesday (1), Texas attorney general Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the federal local court in Brownsville, asking the court to rule on the legality of the DACA program because it was not a formal bill passed by the Congress, and demanded more restrictions on the federal government. Work permit. In addition, 6 other Republican controlled states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and West Virginia, also joined the Texas appeals request. Paxton said: our appeal is about the rule of law, not against a particular immigration policy. If DACA is allowed to continue, it will bring unprecedented danger. The executive will have a strong power not only to ignore the bill made by Congress, but also to formulate new immigration laws in order to cater for the presidents policy preferences. He also said the appeal did not require the Trump administration to expel immigrants or to revoke existing work permits, but the court had the right to withdraw the work permit immediately. Up to now, the US Department of justice and the Department of homeland security have not responded to this. The report said the appeal showed that the Republicans were disappointed in Trumps policy of advancing immigration, and the case was likely to be pushed to the extremely split Federal Supreme Court. The DACA program is a childhood entry repatriation program launched by former US President Obama in 2012, allowing illegal immigrants under 16 years of age to be repatriated in the United States before 2007 and a two year work permit. According to previous reports from overseas networks, the Trump administration announced the abolition of the plan in September 5, 2017, but left Congress with a window period of 6 months to seek alternative policies. On September 6, 2017, Schneider, the Attorney General of New York, announced that he had joined the 15 states and the chief prosecutor of Washington to prosecute President Trump for repealing the DACA plan. The prosecution pointed out that discrimination against Mexico origin is contrary to the equal protection clause of the constitution, because whether or not it is an American citizen, the constitution is equally protected. At the same time, we should abolish the DACAs damage to citizens, institutions and economy in New York and other states. In January 9th this year, the federal court of California issued a national order requiring the national preservation of the DACA in the country. The source of this article: overseas network Author: Li Fangs responsible editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 The DACA program is a childhood entry repatriation program launched by former US President Obama in 2012, allowing illegal immigrants under 16 years of age to be repatriated in the United States before 2007 and a two year work permit. According to previous reports from overseas networks, the Trump administration announced the abolition of the plan in September 5, 2017, but left Congress with a window period of 6 months to seek alternative policies. On September 6, 2017, Schneider, the Attorney General of New York, announced that he had joined the 15 states and the chief prosecutor of Washington to prosecute President Trump for repealing the DACA plan. The prosecution pointed out that discrimination against Mexico origin is contrary to the equal protection clause of the constitution, because whether or not it is an American citizen, the constitution is equally protected. At the same time, we should abolish the DACAs damage to citizens, institutions and economy in New York and other states. In January 9th this year, the federal court of California issued a national order requiring the national preservation of the DACA in the country.