US Judge's Order to Resume DACA Program 'Victory for Justice': NYC Mayor

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The judge also says the US has to accept new applications, right now Georgia has more than 24,000 people who are DACA recipients. The Supreme Court in February declined a Justice Department request for the high court to review a California district court's ruling against ending the program, effectively leaving it in place. Like crabgrass, this issue keeps arising-and causing headaches for the Trump administration. But neither of those decisions required the government to accept new applications. While the Bates joke is Swift's first in the text of chapter 1, Judge Bates's joke takes its place in a long line brought to us by our robed masters, and not just on DACA. "So maybe this will bring some sense to people and just prevent all of this fear that the students are now living in - all the DACA students face this awful threat of deportation".

A federal judge has effectively reinstated the DACA, ruling on Tuesday that the Department of Homeland Security "must accept and process new as well as renewal DACA applications".

The institute estimates the total DACA-eligible population to be about 1.9 million, which includes more than 625,000 Dreamers who could gain eligibility by meeting the program's age and education requirements.

U.S. District Judge John Bates of the District of Columbia was withering in his 60-page ruling, calling the administration's attempts to end the program, known as DACA, "arbitrary", "capricious", "virtually unexplained" and "unlawful".

The cases before Bates are NAACP v. Trump and Princeton v.

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"This decision verifies the Trump administration failed to prove the DACA program is illegal", Noorani said.

President Donald Trump's administration announced in September that it would end DACA on March 5. He is the third judge to rule against administration plans to end the program.

Spokesman Devin O'Malley said the U.S. Department of Justice is reviewing the judge's decision.

Reports state that this arrangement would have resulted in close to 700,000 people having their work permit and quasi-legal status expire over a period of two years.

No one who is thinking rationally - or who has a heart - believes it makes any sense at all to treat someone who'd been brought here as a child as some sort of a criminal. Earlier in April, Trump tweeted that Border Patrol agents "are not allowed to properly do their job" and there would be "NO MORE DACA DEAL!"

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