In the wake of Donald Trump’s historic inauguration, the conservative movement and the American people are seeing the effects of the Trump presidency.
The American People’s voice, however, has not been heard.
In a rare, bipartisan move, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) has introduced a bill that would remove the protections for illegal immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants who entered the country as children.
Trump’s DACA is being repealed.
The bill also calls for a crackdown on the border with Mexico and the creation of a permanent border wall.
While it would be an easy way to pass the amnesty, it would have severe consequences for the future of America.
In order to secure the border, the administration must prioritize those with criminal records and deport those who illegally entered the United States.
The amnesty bill would not only help Trump’s supporters, but also the country at large.
The legislation is supported by many conservatives, including former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Joe Biden.
As Breitbart Texas reported, in March 2017, Trump signed the amnesty bill.
Trump and his administration have already begun to implement the amnesty.
The President’s Executive Action, which allows people who were brought to the United State illegally as children to receive up to five years of legal status and permanent residency, was signed into law on February 10.
The House passed the amnesty legislation by a vote of 217-201 on March 3, 2018.
With this vote, the House passed two bills, H.R. 634 and H.J. Res.
438, which would grant amnesty for hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens.
These bills would grant illegal immigrants an amnesty to the extent that they have not committed crimes, are not violent or pose a threat to public safety, and that they were not convicted of any felony.
The two bills would also grant amnesty if an illegal immigrant has completed high school or a GED and is a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident, or a legal permanent resident.
These two provisions were first included in the DACA legislation that was signed by President Obama in 2016.
The DREAM Act, also known as DAPA, was created in the summer of 2020 and passed in the House by a majority vote of 257-197 on March 2, 2021.
The DACA legislation was also signed by the President in February 2021.
Under DAPT, illegal aliens who were previously deported from the U. S. have the opportunity to apply for DACA and receive up. 10 years of citizenship and a pathway to permanent residency for those who were born in the U, but are not currently legal residents, and who meet certain other conditions.
This provision, known as the “Gang of Eight” bill, is supported both by conservatives and liberals, with many Democrats and Republicans voting for the bill.
The Gang of Eight bill also provides amnesty to a very small percentage of illegal immigrant children who have been brought to America as children by their parents.
The program would grant permanent resident status to these children if they are the sole parents or legal guardian of a U