McCain and coons introduced the bill to «dreamers» and border security

McCain and coons introduced the bill to «dreamers» and border security

Republican John McCain and a Democrat Christopher Koons introduced in the Senate a new bill that would withdraw the us government from the impasse.

The key points of the immigration agreement between the senators, the provision of permanent the legal status of the «dreamers» and strengthening security along the border with Mexico.

McCain and coons introduced the bill to «dreamers» and border security

So, in the event of implementation of the plan McCain-kun DACA participants who arrived in the U.S. after 2013, will receive legal status. In addition, under the bill, will be studied in detail the security of border with Mexico zone without urgent need allocation for the construction of the wall (urgent requirement trump) $25 billion.

About chain migration or revision of the program green card — and that two more priority time for Donald Trump and conservative Republicans, the bill does not say anything.

One of the authors of the document Chris Koons stated that their proposal could be a «good starting point» for debate in the Senate. And his colleague John McCain stressed that the adoption of this bill will allow Congress to move on.

«The time has come to put an end to the impasse so we can move swiftly to conclude a long-term budget agreement that would provide well-deserved support of all men and women of the country,» said McCain.

The President has not supported the initiative of the senators and continues to insist on the funding wall in the framework of any legislation DACA:

«Any deal for DACA, which does not enhance border security and [building] a much needed wall — a waste of time. On March 5, not far off, and the Democrats don’t seem to care about DACA. Concluded agreement!»

Any deal on DACA that does not include STRONG border security and the desperately needed WALL is a total waste of time. March 5th is rapidly approaching and the Dems seem not to care about DACA. Make a deal!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 5, 2018