President Donald Trump has made it clear, Congress must come up with a solution to deal with so-called “Dreamers”, young people who were brought to the United States as children. They're officially in the country off the books.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was put into place by former President Barak Obama by executive order. But the current president called it “legislating from the White House”, and Mr. Trump has given Congress a timeline to find a permanent fix. Until then, the Dreamers — about 800,000 young people — remain in limbo. What's next for them as they wait?
On the Factor is Julieta Garibay, campaigns director and co-founder of United We Dream.