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Path to citizenship right for Dreamers and the economy, Texas business leaders say

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings makes his remarks at a business-sponsored panel to get bipartisan support for legislation to legalize young immigrants known as Dreamers, held at the Dallas Regional Chamber in downtown Dallas on Nov. 21, 2017.(Louis DeLuca/Staff Photographer) We are and have always been grateful.” Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings makes his remarks at a business-sponsored panel to get bipartisan support for legislation to legalize young immigrants known as Dreamers, held at the Dallas Regional Chamber in downtown Dallas on Nov. 21, 2017. He urged the business leaders to support the Dream Act, bipartisan legislation that was re-introduced in July by Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. Bills that would protect from deportation those young immigrants brought to the country illegally or through now-expired visas have been proposed and have failed since 2001.  The issue was renewed and grew more intense this fall when President Donald Trump announced plans to phase out the program, giving Congress six months to develop a legislative solution. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program protected about 800,000 unauthorized immigrants — including 124,000 Texans — from deportation and allowed them to work through renewable two-year permits. Those permits have begun to expire.  Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Dallas, and Rep. Joe Barton, R-Arlington, participated in Tuesday's forum, sponsored by the American Business Immigration Coalition.  Attorney Hilda C. Galvan, Dallas Regional Chamber board chair, moderates a business-sponsored panel on bipartisan support for legislation to legalize young immigrants known as Dreamers, held at the Dallas Regional Chamber.  Rawlings noted that after Los Angeles and New York, North Texas has the nation’s third-largest concentration of DACA beneficiaries. In calling on business leaders to support a pathway to citizenship, Rawlings cited a study that said more than two-thirds of DACA beneficiaries moved on to higher-paying jobs and that 5 percent created companies.

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