EXECUTIVE ACTION – DEFERRED ACTION – WHOLE ACTION – SPIRITUAL ACTION:
U.S. President Obama has announced on June 15th that he would permit Young Migrants to remain in U.S. under a proposed initiative called “Deferred Action.” His bold, and compassionate executive action to help migrants who had arrived in U.S. as children to some extent makes the ‘DREAM ACT’ to come true in the lives of several students who have entirely grew up here. “They are Americans in their heart, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper,” President Obama said in announcing the new policy in the White House Rose Garden on Friday, June 15, 2012. These are young people who, though no fault of their own, were brought to this country as children, lacked the intent to violate the law and be provided relief from administrative action like removal from the country. Secretary Janet Napolitano has issued a policy directive to implement the decision made by the U.S. President. It has been proposed to set the age limit at 30 Years. There are graduate students who have arrived in the country as children and have remained here all their lives and have crossed this age limit of 30 Years.
Whole Dude is seeking your kind attention to the problem faced by these graduate students who are not able to seek employment benefit and need immediate relief. They can significantly contribute to the society on the basis of their education and qualifications they earned while studying in the U.S. Colleges and Universities. Current students must be given age relaxation and be permitted to apply for “Deferred Action” under the new initiative of President Obama.
Whole Dude is respectfully asking his readers to call or write to their U.S. Senators and U.S. House Representatives or forward this blog post to their e-mail address and request them to contact Mr. James McCament, Chief of the USCIS Office of Legislative Affairs to make the necessary amendment to the 30-Year Age limit proposed by Secretary Janet Napolitano in her Policy Directive and Memorandum issued on June 15, 2012.
DEFERRED ACTION – WHOLE ACTION – SPIRITUAL ACTION :
The ancient Indian tradition is derived from the principles shared by VEDANTA. The Divine Song known as ‘The Bhagavad Gita’ in Chapter XVIII, Moksha Upadesa Yoga( The Perfection of Renunciation ), verses 13 and 14 state that according to ‘VEDANTA’, there are Five Causes in the accomplishment of any kind of Action; 1. The Place of Action; 2. The Doer; 3. The Senses; 4. The Endeavor; and ultimately 5. The Supersoul or the Supreme Will; the Spiritual Originator of Action. The Executive Action taken by President Obama is in the nature of a Spiritual Action. Whole Dude describes Spiritualism and Spirituality as the potency that generates Peace, Harmony, and Tranquility in the living experience of an individual and between individuals of a social group, or social community. Whole Dude supports the ‘DREAM ACT’ and this Executive Action called “Deferred Action” is viewed as Whole Action or Spiritual Action as it promotes Peace, Harmony, and Tranquility in the lives of those young individuals who still exist as “MIGRANTS” without Immigration Status.
I say, PEACE and ask you to support WHOLE ACTION to establish WHOLE PEACE in the lives of other people who live with you in your social community without harming others. What do you say? Kindly share your thoughts and views and join me in Whole Conversation.
- A Special Request to U.s. Citizens of Rebbapragadas Group: Deferred Action (bhavanajagat.com)
- Obama on new DREAM Act policy: This isn’t amnesty, it’s the right thing to do (hotair.com)
- Obama Relaxes Deportation Rules for Some Undocumented Youth (pbs.org)
- Obama grants legal status to young illegal immigrants (washingtontimes.com)
- Napolitano: Immigration decision is not amnesty or immunity (politico.com)
- DREAMers Political Activism Pays Off: Obama Administration Will Offer Deferred Action to DREAMers (lawprofessors.typepad.com)
- Obama Dream Act Reform: Devil in the Details (prweb.com)
- Deferred Action Process for Certain Young People: Smart and Sensible Immigration Policy (whitehouse.gov)
- U.S. to Stop Deporting Some Immigrants (nytimes.com)
- U.S. Will Give Immunity to Some Young Illegal Migrants (nytimes.com)
- Obama bans some immigrant deportations, bypasses Congress (thehindu.com)