Ten state attorneys general have given the president until Sept. 5 to decide if he will rescind the Obama-era program that gave temporary work permits and reprieve from deportation to some undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children.
Many teenagers in Homestead, an hour south of Miami, are afraid to talk about what immigration agents could do this week. They worry that the criteria for suspecting people of being in a gang is too broad.
Some states are trying to fill in the health care holes for Micronesians, who are allowed to live and work in the US but are barred from safety net programs like Medicaid. In Oklahoma, though, efforts to help have so far been unsuccessful.
More than a year ago, a husband and wife from Mexico voluntarily returned to their country of origin and left their Americanized sons in the United States. Now that Trump has been elected, will more immigrant parents make the same choice?