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Government must accept new DACA applications

Government must accept new DACA applications

Government must accept new DACA applications
April 26
10:59 2018

Newsroom/El Comercio de Colorado

A federal judge ordered president Trump to reactivate the DACA program and the admission of new applications, in addition to renewals currently being accepted. Magistrate John D. Bates, based in Washington considered “virtually unexplained” the cancelation of the DACA program ordered by Trump last September and therefore concluded it was illegal. Bates said the suspension was “arbitrary and capricious”. 

The Judge said the government has not properly explained how they reached to the conclusion that the program was illegal. However, the judge deferred the application of his own ruling to grant Home Land Security the opportunity to justify why the program was ended. If nothing new is presented, the government must process new DACA applications as well as renewals, after the 90 days.

“Every day the agency delays is a day that an undocumented individual, who would otherwise be eligible to receive DACA protection, is at risk of deportation by an illegal action,” concluded Bates. The suspension of DACA ordered by Trump in September was supposed to be enacted on March 5th, although it never materialized due to the legal challenges it faced.

A precedent

In fact, in January another judge had already ordered the partial reactivation of DACA. That judge authorized the renewals of those who were already beneficiaries of the program and were now losing those benefits. DACA was created in 2012 by Barack Obama with the purpose of protecting 690,000 young adults from deportation and to grant them work permits.

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