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The two-month battle for control of the border was already going to be a major battle, with both sides looking for new ways to circumvent the Obama administration’s immigration enforcement directives.

The Obama administration is likely to try to push through a number of legal amendments to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the latest plan of the president to reinstate thousands of current recipients of the program.

The White House has offered its support of all of the amendments. But some critics said that while some provisions remain controversial, this doesn’t appear to be the end of DACA. Many in Congress don’t want the federal government to expand the program in its current form.

DACA’s critics say it makes illegal people who illegally enter the country illegally and who don’t return are not included at the federal level.

Under the Obama administration, an illegal immigrant who already has been in the country by virtue of his or her status as a U.S. citizen is eligible to claim a legal status for 12 years. Page not found –
But a growing number of DACA recipients have been charged with crimes for leaving the country for illegal purposes while working in the U.S., which allows them to be deported. Most of the people who are on the waiting list are young children.

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