illegal immigrants claim President OBAMA has done very little to lower the treat of deportation. they have started campaign to press OBAMA to use executive power to allow them to remain in the country. the campaign is led by the United We Dream Network, the largest organization of young immigrants here illegally who would be eligible for illegal as the dream ACT.
students present a petition to White House signed by more than 90 immigrants May 17 student held small scale action to publicize their demands in 19 location that include most of ObAMA campaign to be RE-elected location.
polls show a high supporters of Latino, 91 percent in the 2011 National Survey of Latinos from the Pew Hispanic Center. The law professors’ letter, which reads like a legal brief, was intended
as a response to administration officials who have said Mr. Obama does
not have the authority to issue a reprieve for large groups of illegal
immigrants. One measure they cite was used by President Jimmy Carter to
admit thousands of Cubans to the United States in 1980, during the mass
exodus known as the Mariel boatlift. Young illegal immigrants say they are impatient because each year more
of them graduate from high school and cannot attend college because of
high tuition rates and barriers to financial aid they face because of their status.