If Congress passes the DACA amnesty for 700,000 illegal aliens, they will–under existing law–be able to sponsor two million of their relatives to live in the U.S. Many argue that the DACA aliens should be allowed to stay because they did not choose as children to break U.S. law. They were brought in by their parents who make the decision to enter illegally. Nevertheless, those parents would be among the relatives that the DACA recipients could sponsor as legal residents.
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