Multiple GOP aides say they have waited for direction from the administration on what the President wants from Congress. Properly calibrated, that would at least allow the Trump administration to get back to zero-tolerance enforcement for those who cross the border illegally rather than present their asylum requests properly at ports of entry.
Meanwhile, the president continues to call for immediate deportation, saying that immigrants who cross the border illegally should be turned around to return to their home, not afforded due process.
As protesters prepare to take to the streets, here's a look at the current situation on a variety of key immigration issues.
"This victory will be bring relief to all the parents and children who thought they may never see each other again", ACLU lawyer Lee Gelernt said in an email. But the government has yet to reunite more than 2,000 children with their parents.
In a May 18 email to the Department of Homeland Security, San Diego DOJ supervisor, Fred Sheppard, warned that the ramped-up immigration policy "will occupy substantially more of our resources", adding that the policy was already putting a strain on staff members which have shifted their focus from drug enforcement to processing immigration cases.
The administration issued an executive order trying to end the practice of family separation, but there was still little clarity in how the order will be implemented or how quickly.
In a last-ditch effort to round up more support, GOP negotiators were considering an amendment requiring employers to verify legal status of employees and addressing immigrant workers in the agricultural sector.
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Trump has ordered the government to abandon his own policy of separating families.
A 5-4 majority of the High Court concluded that the third version did not suffer from religious animus and was instead a legal exercise of a president's authority to ban foreigners if they are deemed "detrimental to the interests of the United States". I said how many do we have now?
A senior congressional aide confirmed White House officials were not very involved in the final round of negotiations over the bill, noting the compromise immigration deal was never meant to pass but was simply intended to blunt the momentum behind a moderate revolt, that almost garnered enough support for a procedural maneuver to force a vote on their own.
Even if it passed, the House bill rejected Wednesday would have been dead on arrival in the closely divided Senate, where Democrats would have had enough votes to kill it. House Democrats voted unanimously against it.
Ryan said the broader bill would resolve the issue of young adults who were brought to the United States illegally as children; focus on a merit-based immigration system; and secure USA borders and the rule of law.
Recently, a hard line bill by Republicans was also defeated, as was an attempt to pass a law in the Senate, the upper chamber. The program remains active following a judicial order in January and will ultimately be decided by the Supreme Court.