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Would you Weigh your Options of Exposing your Parents before you apply?

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Under the policy,a reprieve from deportation and the chance to apply for a two-year work permit will be available only to those age 30 or younger who came to this country before turning 16.They must have no record of felonies or major misdemeanor and must attend school,have graduated form high school,have obtained a GED certificate or have honorably discharged from the U.S military or Coast Guard.

The Department of Homeland Security will spend the next 28days or so finalizing the application and setting up the system.there is nothing in the guidelines for the program that say parents information will be forwarded on to federal immigration agencies,but the problem is that thers is no immunity or protection spelled out for the parents.

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano in an interview on CNN said that the system has been set up so that parents are not reffered to immigration enforcement.

Need your comment and or opinion, would you review the program application to weigh the risk of exposing your parents before deciding to apply?????

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I understand what you mean regarding weighing the options about filing and perhaps turning in our parents, but for us "older" dreamers, thats not the case. I havent lived with my mother in years, so I'd have no way of turning her in. I think every case is different.

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I've been thinking about this a lot. Here where I live, the police along with immigration has been stopping a lot of people asking for "licenses". What is so weird is that it all started last week, close to the release of the DACA application.

Is this a coincidence? It looks a little too suspicious to be a coincidence to me.

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