WASHINGTON — Citizenship and Immigration Services says it’s resumed usurpation requests to replenish a extend of deferred movement under the Obama-era program that shields from deportation immature immigrants brought to the U.S. as children and who sojourn in the country illegally. In a matter posted Saturday on its website, the USCIS says the policy under the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals program, or, will be operated under the terms in place before it was rescinded in September.
The decision comes 4 days after a sovereign judge, in a curtsy to tentative lawsuits, temporarily blocked the Trump administration’s decision to finish the program.
Congressional lawmakers are trying to write legislation to give the.
Former President Obama enacted DACA as an executive sequence in 2012 to strengthen undocumented immigrants who came here as children. Critics call it an wrong program that promotes illegal immigration, lacked congressional capitulation and takes jobs from U.S. citizens.
DACA has stable about 800,000 people, many of them college-age students.