Apple CEO speaks out as Trump weighs young immigrants' fate

DACA program could be dumped by Trump

Trump's decision puts Republicans in a bind.

Administration officials argued the programme might not hold up in court - and said that allowing the lawsuit to proceed would throw the programme into far more chaos than the move they chose.

Indications are that President Donald Trump likely will end the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program while signaling the Administration's willingness to work with Congress on an alternative program.

The programme protects an estimated 800,000 immigrants from deportation.

But, as the children, called "dreamers" like Baltimore woman Nathaly Uribe Robledo anxiously wait for the president's decision, she wonders if she'll have to leave the US for a country she doesn't know.

A decision on the future of the "Dreamers" is expected Tuesday.

"He's making sure he takes the diligent time and effort and attention that this very important issue deserves", she said.

Critics of DACA argue that President Barack Obama overstepped his authority when he enacted the program in 2012 through an executive order and that the program allows undocumented immigrants to take jobs away from citizens and legal US residents.

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Nevertheless, a number of moderate Republicans alongside Democrats support the program and have offered legislation that would make the protections permanent.

As undocumented immigrants across the nation await the White House's decision on the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, supporters of the program in Miami spoke out on behalf of those whose lives could be affected by the decision.

"There are people in limbo", Ryan said on the radio station WCLO in Janesville, Wisconsin.

"These are kids who know no other country, who were brought here by their parents and don't know another home. I believe, personally, it's the right thing to do", Stone.

During his announcement, Sessions said that DACA was an "open-ended circumvention of immigration laws".

"We love Dreamers. We love everybody", Trump said on Friday. On Wednesday, a group of more than 1,850 governors, state attorneys general, faith leaders, police chiefs, sheriffs and civic leaders signed a statement urging Trump to keep the program.

Although Trump has yet to officially announce his plans on DACA, he is already being criticized from members of his own party for different reasons. In order to qualify, applicants under 30 must submit personal information to the Department of Homeland Security.

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