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Supreme Court To Hear DACA Arguments

Supreme Court To Hear DACA Arguments

On Friday, June 28, the United States Supreme Court announced they will hear DACA arguments when the Court reconvenes in the fall of 2019. Earlier this month, the Court denied a request by the Trump administration for the court to quickly hear oral arguments to end DACA, which the Trump administration has been prevented from ending DACA over the last year by a series of lower court rulings. Oral arguments will be held in the fall and a decision from the Court is expected in early 2020 during the 2020 presidential campaigns. 

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was launched during the Obama administration to stop the deportation of  Dreamers, 700,000 young undocumented immigrants who were unknowingly and illegally brought to the United States as infants. After the lower court legal challenges to ending DACA, no new applications are being accepted but the Department of Homeland Security is processing renewals for immigrants already in the program and have approved more than 373,000 renewal requests since 2017. 

If you have already filed your DACA immigration case it can be useful to meet with an immigration attorney to so that your case has the best possible chance for success. At ImmigrationSimplified.com we can help with your DACA case. Please contact us or call us today at 1-800-447-1660 should you have any questions.

Mario Godoy

Mario Godoy, Attorney at Immigration Simplified
Mario A. Godoy is the founder of Immigration Simplified and Godoy Law Office. His mission is to provide immigrants access to affordable, lawyer-backed immigration services. Immigration Simplified serves immigrants and foreign visitors to the United States. We help U.S. citizens reunite and/or obtain legal immigration status for their family members.
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