The court temporarily blocked the decision of trump abolish DACA

The court temporarily blocked the decision of trump abolish DACA

A Federal judge in San Francisco temporarily blocked the decision of the President of trump on the termination of the DACA program, while maintaining rules to protect from deportation the so-called «dreamers» — immigrants who arrived in the country before the age of 16 years.

The program, initiated by the previous administration of President must act until the court adopts a final decision on the claims of the protesters against the decision of President trump, said judge William Alsup. Consequently, program participants, not prodlitsya your status as a permanent resident of the United States in 2017, will be able to re-apply for its renewal.

The court temporarily blocked the decision of trump abolish DACA

«Life «dreamers» turned into chaos, when the administration trump tried to end the DACA program is contrary to the law, — said California attorney General Xavier Bezerra. — Today’s decision is a huge step in the right direction.»

«America is and was home to the «dreamers» who courageously filed an application to participate in the DACA and did what they demanded from the Federal government, added Bezerra. — They followed the rules for DACA, they have succeeded in school, at work and in business, and they have contributed to a better America. We will fight at every step for their rights and opportunities so they can continue to contribute to the development of America.»

Recall that the DACA program is valid from 2012. It was introduced for the reason that were made in 2001 for the consideration of Congress a bill for the gradual legalization of the status of «dreamers» — the DREAM Act — and have not been adopted. In 2017, the current President of the United States Donald trump decided to cancel the program that protects the «dreamers» from deportation as, in his opinion, it is contrary to immigration law and gives you the opportunity to «circumvent» it. The U.S. Congress was requested to create an alternative program that could address current deficiencies and to determine the final status of the «dreamers». A new concept of the Congress must announce by March 5, 2018.

The DACA program affects some 700 000 immigrants.