A DC federal judge has given the [Trump] government the hardest blow to stop deportation protection for undocumented immigrants known as the "Dreamer" and to force the government to continue the Obama campaign. Era program and – for the first time – to accept new applicants.
US District Judge John D. Bates cited the government's decision to end the "Deferred Action for Children Arrivals" program as "virtually unexplained" and "unlawful." However, he kept his sentence for 90 days to give the Department of Homeland Security a chance to do more. Reasonable Justification for Closing the Program
Bates is the third judge to decide against the Trump administration attempts against the DACA , which provides work permits and deportation protection for approximately 690,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought as children to this country.
In his decision On Tuesday, Bates said the decision to discontinue the program from March "was arbitrary and capricious because the ministry did not adequately state its conclusion that the program was unlawful."
If the government does not put forward a better explanation for 90 days, he said the administration's instruction to cancel DACA will be vacated and "DHS will also have to accept and process new ones as renewal of DACA proposals."
This is a history of development that is being updated.