Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program- Trump is open to immigration deal – Excludes most of his previous demands

An immigration deal can be made by the president Donald Trump.

The leaders of Republican congressional have been told that the president would like to consider an immigration agreement in order to protect the young immigrants.  And this would be done in exchange for money for the proposed US border wall with Mexico. The deal would come simply as a part of the spending bill, which needs to be passed before the 23rd March midnight.

Donald Trump, who has pinned down the immigration policies previous in a strict way, has recently insisted for an immigration deal in order to protect the undocumented immigrants, which was previously shielded by Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He also wants to limit the ability of the immigrant to sponsor their family members as well as end the visa lottery system.

If the president eases up on his demands, it would really mark as a shift for him.  Still now, it is not clear whether he would really accept one search immigration solution, without including any of the conditions which have been set up previously.

In one of the statements given by Raj Shah, the former White House spokesman, White House always opposes the so-called three for three deal or the 3 years of world funding for the exchange of 3 years extension of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Basically, securing the US border is known for being the most vital function of the government.  In the statement, Shah stated that it is the foremost important part of every routine funding bill.  She also said that they have never stopped working for negotiating the immigration Reform package which addresses the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, modernizing the legal immigration system as well as stops illegal immigration.

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was introduced by the former President Barack Obama in the month of September, which was accompanied by a 6-month delay in order to encourage Congress to pass the legal protection.  This program, in particular, offers temporary work permit as well as shields the young immigrants who are brought to us illegally as children.

Although it was set to start the phasing out on the  5th March, but in the last month the Supreme Court did not hear the appeal of the lower court ruling, which says that the government has to accept the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program renewals from those 700,000 people who were already shielded

Trump has recently promised to welcome the present generation of immigrants whole-heartedly.  This desire is balanced by him with the campaign to pledges to crack on immigration and developed a physical barrier on the southern border.

Although the Democrats show their interest in improving the funding system for the border wall in exchange of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program protections, but they totally refuse to support the new changes of the visa lottery system or family sponsorship.

In the month of February, a number of immigration proposals have been blocked by the Senate, which would have otherwise enshrined the protection for the immigrants.