What happens to Deferred Action if a Republican becomes President?

A Republican president may or may not continue the Deferred Action policy. However, a Republican president will not necessarily revoke deferred action granted to anyone while the policy was in effect. This means that, if a Republican becomes president, new applications for Deferred Action may not be accepted. If a Republican becomes president, we cannot guarantee that Immigration will not act on the information it has obtained from Deferred Action applicants. However, Immigration has repeatedly emphasized that it will continue to focus its limited resources on criminal immigrants that are a danger to the community.

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