A Shrinking Number of DACA Participants Face Yet Another Adverse Court Ruling

A Shrinking Number of DACA Participants Face Yet Another Adverse Court Ruling

Today.
a federal judge restored the deferred action for childhood arrivals program.
or DACA.
allowing immigrants who are brought here illegally as children to work and study without
fear of deportation.
News A to Richard Allen has more on the ruling and the recourse left to the president.
Well.
that’s right.
Well.
the Trump administration could still appeal today’s decision.
It is widely seen as yet another blow to the president’s ongoing fight to try to end
these legal protections for dreamers.
40.000
of whom live here in San Diego County.
It was an immediate yes.
It was a celebration.
San Diego and Dulce Garcia is an attorney.
immigration rights activist.
and a dreamer
herself.
She’s one of 650.000
dreamers nationwide impacted by today’s court decision.
For me.
this is about our families.
it’s about our community.
and so it’s about a piece
of my knowing that I’m going to be here in the community that what has been my home
for over 30 years now.
This federal court ruling restores the Obama era deferred action for childhood arrivals program
or DACA.
which President Trump had repeatedly tried to end while work permits to current
DACA recipients had been restricted to one year under the president’s order.
This new court ruling has now reinstated those permits to two years.
It also allows an estimated 300.000
additional young undocumented immigrants who are
barred from applying for DACA under the Trump administration.
The ability to now seek this legal protection from deportation.
It’s a sense of relief for sure to know that another court has given us this victory.
And June.
the U.S.
Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration strongly tried to shut
down DACA.
calling it arbitrary and capricious.
and that it failed to consider the hardship
to DACA recipients.
Meanwhile.
immigration activists say they are anticipating the start of President-elect Joe
Biden’s administration in the coming weeks.
Within 100 days.
I’m going to send to the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for
over 11 million undocumented people.
We know that we can have an administration that we can have conversations at the minimum of the doors
will not be closed.
and so for that reason we’re hopeful.
And under this court ruling.
the Department of Homeland Security has until Monday
to clearly post these changes ordered to DACA on the DHS website.

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