Alan Gomez

USA Today

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Alan Gomez is an immigration reporter for USA Today. He's based in Miami, Florida.

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President Trump has passed the buck to Congress when it comes to DACA — at least for the next six months -- with high stakes for 800,000 "Dreamers."

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Barack Obama created the program for "Dreamers" — 800,000 people brought to this country illegally before the age of 16.

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President Obama has outraged Congress with his  executive order delaying deportation  for up to five million illegal immigrants, but that controversial action may be easier to order…

Unilateral Immigration Reform: A Dream or a Nightmare?

President Obama has outraged Congress with his executive order delaying deportation for up to five million illegal immigrants, but that controversial action may be easier to order…

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