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So guys the thing is that the deal on Daca might not be reached now coz of hard stance of trump on elimination of family migration and chances are it will be delayed for over a year. So the people who have already applied for family might get a year of peace to get their petitions approved. I have quoted the main lines of latest article of CNN. Hope this help Good Luck The proposal was panned by the left and the right. Groups who support restricting immigration slammed it as "amnesty." Democratic lawmakers and immigration advocates rejected it as a "massive, cruel and family-punishing overhaul of our current legal immigration system," as New Jersey's Sen. Bob Menendez phrased it For now a permanent solution for DACA is "dead," The only acceptable option from here out, the consensus was, is a clean DACA-border security trade, and there was resolve to make clear to lawmakers and key players that groups will reject any deal that tries to include aggressive immigration measures in exchange for DACA. One remaining option that looks increasingly likely is for Congress to pair a temporary extension of DACA with government funding, perhaps with some border security, and punt a longer-term deal into an indefinite future. Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, told reporters January 8 that if a deal can't be reached, lawmakers would find another way, according to Roll Call. "We'll probably extend the DREAM Act kids, the DACA kids, for a year," Graham said. "If you want an annual appropriation then I think you'll get a one-year extension of the DACA status," Cornyn said