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Lindsey Graham
To President Trump, you're going to have to make a decision. The campaign is over. To the Republican Party: Who are we? What do we believe? . . . When they write the history of these times, I'm going to be with these kids.feedback
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Jul 21 2017
“Juan Manuel has been unequivocal in his assertion that he never voluntarily left the country while he had DACA. We believe him. We filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to get answers. Rather than continue to provide half-truths and varying assertions, DHS should respond to our request for documentation.” said Nora Preciado speaking about DACA. It’s one of the 29 quotes about DACA you can find on this page. 25 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Lindsey Graham, Mark Krikorian and Karen Tumlin. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Mark Krikorian

If continuing DACA in some form were part of a strategy, it would be totally defendable. There's no excuse for giving out new work permits who don't have them already.feedback

Stephen Yale-Loehr

If you don't get this advanced permission, known as advanced parole, then by leaving the country you have effectively abandoned your DACA status. If you return, you are returning illegally and therefore you can be subject to deportation proceedings.feedback

Nora Preciado

Juan Manuel has been unequivocal in his assertion that he never voluntarily left the country while he had DACA. We believe him. We filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to get answers. Rather than continue to provide half-truths and varying assertions, DHS should respond to our request for documentation.feedback

Nora Preciado

We have through the last few weeks attempted to get the records or any explanation about what happened to Juan Manuel. We're trying to get answers. The federal government made a promise to Juan Manuel and all DACA recipients. Unfortunately, Juan Manuel's case proves that promise has been broken.feedback

Nora Preciado

Juan Manuel was funneled across the border without so much as a piece of paper to explain why or how. The government shouldn't treat anyone this way -- much less someone who has DACA. No one should have to file a lawsuit to find out what happened to them.feedback

Kellyanne Conway

The conversation before was, What is fair to the illegal immigrant?' Are you ripping families apart? Should the DACA kids stay? Should they have driver's licenses? Now, the conversation is also, What's fair to the American worker?' What's fair to the local economy? What's fair to law enforcement? What is fair all the way around?feedback

David Lapan - Homeland Security

He was asked about DACA information potentially being used later, and he said it possibly could be, but he wouldn't do that. I wouldn't call it dismissive, but he also just didn't accept everything that they were putting forward. His point is, what can we do, how can we stop people from making this dangerous journey?feedback

Karen Tumlin

This really sharpens the question to the Trump administration who has very much tried to have it both ways, (saying) they have a lot of love and heart for DACA recipients and immigrant youth ... but have refused to make clear to line immigration officers that it is not in fact open season on DACA recipients.feedback

Jennifer Macias

My parents tried to bring me here twice through the correct channels, but we were denied both times. Many young people aren't renewing their DACA paperwork for fear of what might happen to them in the process. I think it's a strategy to divert attention away from the deportations that are going on.feedback

Daniela Vargas

I was scared for my life. A path for citizenship is necessary for DACA recipients but also for the other 11 million undocumented people with dreams.feedback

Roy Beck

If E-verify and ending the chain migration is done, then DACA kids could get amnesty. I'm not sure that any president has addressed Congress about the need to make that kind of change in legal immigration at least for 90 years.feedback

Rolando Avila

We're here in solidarity and we demand that he be released because he is someone that is very valuable in his community, and we are seeing this across the country where we're seeing attacks on immigrants. And we don't want to stand idle.feedback

Laura Gomez

Almost all of the people that work with DACA in tech are not outspoken because they fear for themselves and their families.feedback

Ray A. Ybarra Maldonado

Getting back to the US, legally, there is really no route for her. There is no avenue for her. There is no application she can submit. There is no waiver she can submit. She missed DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), the president's (Obama) work permit programme by four months because she was four months too old, even though she came to the country when she was 14. I mean, this is a prime example of our failed immigration system.feedback

Brad Smith

As a company, Microsoft believes in a strong and balanced high-skilled immigration system. We also believe in broader immigration opportunities, like the protections for talented and law-abiding young people under the Deferred Access for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program, often called 'Dreamers'. We believe that immigration laws can and should protect the public without sacrificing people's freedom of expression or religion. And we believe in the importance of protecting legitimate and law-abiding refugees whose very lives may be at stake in immigration proceedings.feedback

Cesar Vargas

DACA, DAPA, all these efforts were a result from the pressure that came from the neighborhoods. President Obama did not wake up one day and decide to introduce DACA. He was pushed. He was pushed by the DREAMers.feedback

Cristian Avila

As you can imagine, we are not going to sit around and just let any DACA repeal happen without organizing and mobilizing legal advisory to help DACA recipients through our coalition.feedback

Karina Ruiz

I'm not giving up DACA so easily, not going down without a fi ght.feedback

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