DAPA Revoked: Another Attack Against Immigrant Families

Just a few days before Father’s Day, the Trump administration revoked President Obama’s immigration action DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents) on June 15, 2017.

DAPA had the potential of changing the lives of 4 million people and was a step in the right direction to fix our broken immigration system. The Trump administration’s move to officially revoke DAPA is another attack against immigrant families, mothers and fathers with longstanding ties to our country and our communities, who are here raising children.

“SEIU members, our families, and our communities will continue to resist these attacks on immigrants.”
– Rocio Sáenz, SEIU International Executive Vice President and iAmerica Action President 

Continue to read the statement here: No surprise, President Trump turns his back on immigrants and their American families

DACA 2012 (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) remains in place for now, but hangs by a thread.

Join us in the fight to keep families together.


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