Companies that employ “Dreamers” are scrambling to find out what kinds of legal trouble they could face if DACA isn’t renewed by the March 5 deadline. They’re asking lawyers for guidance on what could happen to their workers, and what kinds of fines the companies might have to pay.
Why it matters: Republicans and Democrats are far from a compromise on DACA. As the termination of DACA creeps closer, there could be chaos for businesses, immigration law enforcement agencies and immigrants living and working in the U.S.
- An immigration attorney for the international law firm Holland and Knight sent a letter last week to several high-level clients advising them how to prepare for the legal issues they would face if DACA is rescinded in March.
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