DACA

And now we come to the ticklish situation :

children who are in the United States

in whatever manner they came

and which were not born in the United States

are, by legal terms, illegal immigrants,

unless they were born from American citizen/s,

in which case they have to file for naturalization

before they can be considered as American citizens.

If they do not possess any factor by which their

naturalization  is not possible

then the government decides what to do with them.

This government action is now the dispute within

the government of the United States.

To deport or not to deport.

The American tolerance and humane affinities

are now dramatized.

Deporting them will be hard to handle.

The American complacency and excessive compassion

are now to blame.

Wait a minute,

wait a effing minute,

why deport them?

A compromise can be made.

If they have resided long enough

and obeyed the rules diligently enough

in the United States,

they have now acquired some qualifying traits to be

 LEGAL IMMIGRANTS.

This is something next to citizenship,

but they are not allowed to vote.

They have yet to apply for citizenship

having qualified now as permanent immigrants.

This is not an amnesty but a legal stay.

They must apply for citizenship

under the category of sponsored-immigrant.

Of course some American professionals should

stand by him in court for sponsorship.

It is a wonder how the United States arrived

at this dire DACA situation.

Immigrants, legal or illegal, do increase

the purchasing power for consumer goods,

using cheap, sturdy, steady, and reliable labor.

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(this, however will produce a useless law if there is nothing

to stop the illegal immigrants from coming through again!))

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