President Trump Urges Democrats to Make a Deal on DACA

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Davis & Associates Stay Focused on The Proposals Congress Has One Month Left to Make About DACA

...We want to do everything possible to help the Dreamers, said Garry Davis, lead attorney at Davis & Associates.

Davis & Associates are commenting on the news from earlier this week, when President Trump urged Democrats to “make a deal” on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) and that any proposal without strong border security or funding for the border wall would be a “total waste of time.”

In September 2017, the president announced he would be revoking DACA and that it would go into effect on March 5, 2018. This gave Congress 6 months to pass legislation.

"Our immigration attorneys are working to stay up to date on the latest news with DACA in order to best serve our clients by knowing every detail as soon as it is announced. We want to do everything possible to help the Dreamers,” said Garry Davis, lead attorney at Davis & Associates.

Last month, the White House released a proposed framework for a deal with DACA.

The framework included:

  • $25 billion fund for the border wall and other border security
  • A path to citizenship for 1.8 million individuals
  • Eliminating extended-family chain migration and the Visa Lottery

Groups that support restricted immigration called it “amnesty” and most Democrats are strongly opposed to the border wall. There is one month left for Congress to write a proposal that both sides can agree with before DACA is revoked.

For more information about DACA or to speak with an immigration attorney, contact Davis & Associates at 713.936.5471.

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Davis & Associates was founded in 2007. We are your Houston immigration attorneys of choice. We care about families, not files. Our clients are diverse. Our credentials and track record speak for us. We provide expert immigration advice at the most ideal possible price. For more information, visit

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