DACA remains in tact for now, but the grounds for deportation are broadening. Undocumented immigrants will have a harder time defending themselves when in removal proceedings. They are not entitled to a court-appointed attorney, the standard rules of evidence do not apply, and hearsay can come in.
- Cornell University Panel on Trump’s Immigration Executive Actions September 11, 2017
- Trump Administration Officially Moves to Rescind DACA; U.S. States and Immigration Groups Fight Back September 6, 2017
- After 17 years, Ohio mom of 4 faces deportation August 2, 2017
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