After President Trump met with Senator Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, many thought a "deal," to protect 800,000 DACAmented in the U.S. was imminent. However, Trump's tune changed quickly after he released his list of hardline requests in exchange for a DACA deal. In those requests the administration insists on hiring more immigration agents, writing tougher laws for asylum seekers, and denying grants to sanctuary cities that limit their cooperation with federal immigration authorities. In this interview, NPR's Robert Siegel interviews people on both sides of the immigration debate. Sigel spoke with NIJC Associate Director of Legal Services Lisa Koop, who gives insight on the dangers of deporting asylum seekers back to a country where they can be killed. Listen to the story.