March 25, 2023
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By Kenia Cabahug
Staff Writer

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA, has been a trending topic since President Trump stepped into office.
As many of us might know by now, Trump declined to continue President Obama’s executive order on the DACA program, calling instead on Congress to do it.
If Congress doesn’t act, it could cause about 800,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children to be ineligible to renew their two-year permits. These permits allow them to live and work legally in the U.S.
Recently, Trump said, “Have to get something in return,” in regards to having an immigration reform. Trump wants illegal immigrants to pay for his infamous wall.
Now that I have set up the heated topic, let me give you my genuine opinion. I do believe that “in order to receive, we must give,” but why be so cruel?
Why must he treat immigrants like they are not human beings with a goal in life? Their goal is to create a better and brighter future for their families.
If Trump claims he understands that these 800,000 undocumented immigrants have jobs, attend school or are in the military, why eliminate DACA?
Many DACA recipients are hardworking individuals who want to help their families. We will never know everybody’s struggles, but if the individual is a hardworking, decent human being, we should not limit their abilities to help their families.
These DACA students have had hundreds of doors opened, such as receiving financial aid and student loans. Education is the key to success and a way to be successful in life.
And for those DACA recipients actively in the military, they are serving to protect our country.
It’s funny how he also claims that if he allows one person in, that one person will bring 10 or 12 more.
Apparently, our president has no sense of humility and is not afraid to speak his mind.
Regardless of Trump’s harsh comments and gestures, I hope he finds the good in all DACA recipients and the undocumented immigrants have to offer for our beautiful country

La Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia, conocido como DACA, ha sido el tema de tendencia desde que el Presidente Trump entró en funciones.
Como muchos de nosotros podrían saber por ahora, Trump se negó a continuar con la orden ejecutiva del presidente Obama sobre el programa DACA, llamando en cambio al Congreso a hacerlo.
Si el Congreso no actúa, podría causar que alrededor de 800,000 inmigrantes indocumentados que fueron traídos a los Estados Unidos como niños fueran inelegibles para renovar sus permisos de dos años. Estos permisos les permiten vivir y trabajar legalmente en los EE. UU.
Recientemente, Trump dijo, “Tengo que obtener algo a cambio,” en lo que respecta a tener una reforma migratoria, Trump quiere que los inmigrantes ilegales paguen por su infame muro.
Ahora que he configurado el tema acalorado, déjeme darle mi opinión genuina.
Creo en “para recibir, debemos dar,” pero ¿por qué ser tan cruel?
¿Por qué debe tratar a los inmigrantes como si no fueran seres humanos con un objetivo en la vida? Este objetivo es crear un futuro mejor y más brillante para sus familias.
Si Trump afirma que comprende que estos 800,000 tienen trabajos, asisten a la escuela o están en el ejército, ¿por qué eliminar DACA?
Muchos de los beneficiados de DACA son individuos que trabajan arduamente para ayudar a sus familias, es difícil saber la lucha de cada persona, pero si el individuo trabaja duro como un buen ser humano, no deberíamos limitar sus habilidades para ayudar a sus familias.
Estos estudiantes de DACA ahora tienen cientos de puertas abiertas, como recibir ayuda financiera o incluso préstamos estudiantiles. La educación es la clave del éxito y una forma de tener éxito en la vida.
Y para aquellos receptores de DACA activamente en el ejército, están sirviendo para proteger a nuestro país.
Es curioso cómo también afirma que si permite que una persona entre a los EE. UU., esa persona traiga 10 o 12 más. Al parecer, nuestro presidente no tiene sentido de la humildad y no tiene miedo de decir lo que piensa.
Independientemente de los comentarios y gestos de Trump, espero que encuentre lo bueno en todo lo que DACA y los inmigrantes ilegales tienen para ofrecer para nuestro hermoso país.




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