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Is Daca A Trap?

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As we know, some of those Approved DACA have been able to travel outside of the US and come back without problems.

But lately a lot of reports are showing Approved DACA being denied the entry to the US when they have all the documents needed to come back.

 

As you can see by reading this article:

 

http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2013/07/22-7

 

Do you think the DACA was created as a trap knowing people would request to go out of the country as soon as they became "documented"?

 

What's the real reason to deny entry when they were approved for re-entry?

 

What's your opinion on this subject?

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According to a statement on the Bring Them Home website:

The Obama Administration has created a deportation machine resulting in the destruction of over 1.7 million lives, and the devastating separation of those families by the border. Those 1.7 million people are not lost and forgotten; rather, they are people who deserve to have the choice to return to their home in this country.

All of the participants were raised in the United States and would technically qualify for President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). "However," as a friend of the demonstrators writing on the Dream Activist blog explains, "none of them have been granted DACA, and thus, are most likely inadmissible from the United States." They continue:

 

For years, we have received emails, phone calls, videos from many persons detained and deported by the U.S. government, often for no reason other than the fact that they grew up in this country, were racially profiled, pulled over for driving without a license, sent to jail, detention and then removed. In many instances, such persons had family, legally residing in the United States. In other cases, after waiting for years for relief, individuals left the U.S. in pursuit of a life elsewhere, only to find out that they could not come back legally into the country, even when they exercised proper legal channels.

 

 

 

So what they are saying is that none of them were D.AC.A approved. Which means they were not legal in the United States. They left the United States and then thought they could come back and the DHS is denying them entry because they have not status. Title is also midleading.

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I dont think we are allowed out of the country unless we have an emergency, then we have to ask sort of like permission nd show them proof to y we are traveling out of the country. Either way daca is not a residency or citizenship, it just allows us to work nd drive, nd depending what state you live in, you may get certain benefits. But the fact we get approved doesn't mean legal status.

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So what they are saying is that none of them were D.AC.A approved. Which means they were not legal in the United States. They left the United States and then thought they could come back and the DHS is denying them entry because they have not status. Title is also midleading.

 

I think I posted the wrong link, but to clarify, they were approved.

How would they have advance parole without an EAD? That makes no sense.

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Some of those dreamers had DACA, some didn't. Those who did have DACA, didn't request Advance Parole before leaving the United States, therefore they are inadmissible and might be barred from the U.S for 3/10 years. They didn't have the required documents to travel outside of the U.S, DACA alone doesn't allow us to do that.

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