|Medically Deferred Action|But for the Grace of being born in the USA that could’ve been me

Note to Reader: I am writing this post because this cause is very close to my heart, as always I am ONLY speaking for myself and my own feelings about this topic no one else. https://www.rollcall.com/news/video/immigration-chief-spars-missouri-lawmaker-medical-deferred-action-policy click the link to see an article that talks more about this situation.

Dear reader if you’ve been with me on this journey for awhile you’ll already know that I am physically disabled from a grade 3 bleed at the back of my brain(a bit above my neck) which caused me to have Cerebral Palsy.

I was also born 3 months too early and had to spend months in a neonatal intensive care unit without this care I would be dead right now.

The only difference between myself and the kids in the medically deferred action program is that I was born in the USA(both my parents are citizens).

To me personally this is another but for the Grace of the Universe there go I type of situation.

I know that the program is still in place as of the time of me writing this(10/30/19) HOWEVER the government is trying to undo it still so I feel like since I have this platform I have to try and at least ask people(I know from my analytics that not everyone who reads my blog is in the USA) to please tweet USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli (@USCISCuccinelli) the person currently in charge of the program asking for him to please keep the program.

Any help in this dear reader would mean the world to me and could possibly save a sick child’s life.

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