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Obama’s deferred action plan vs. the economy

As many as 1.76 million young people could benefit from the Obama administration's deferred action program, which gives illegal immigrants who were brought to the country as children relief from deportation and a temporary work permit. But what will the influx of new legal workers mean for the U.S. economy and government coffers? Starting next […]

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1971 (Trinity/Mirrorpix/Alamy) The Obama administration’s deferred-action programs for illegal immigrants are lawless. Deferred action is not legal status. Youth that qualify cannot vote or petition for family members. Under current law people granted deferred action are eligible to apply for work authorization. As explained in this report, (1) president's - program involves three separate legal steps, (2) each of three steps is plainly illegal, and (3) three steps, taken toger, amount to an unconstitutional Tags: president, obamas, deferred, action, Law Profs: Obama's Deferred Action A new paper by John Yoo (UC Berkeley School of Law) and Robert J. Delahunty (University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minnesota) raises many questions about President Obama's decision to grant legal status to Obama's Policy for Young Immigrants sagt: Oktober 18, 2012 bei 12:33 am Norrn Virginia oder DC-Bereich und interessieren sich für die Teilnahme an einem kostenlosen Seminar oder Webinar auf der neuen Nachträglichkeit Politik,

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