Here is the latest information about the DACA program.
Hōngongoi 15, 2019 – DACA program update:
The Supreme Court will start to hear the three DACA cases on November 12, 2019.
What does this mean?
The Supreme Court will decide whether or not the US government can end the DACA program. The Court will decide by June 2020.
hoki inaianei, USCIS is still accepting DACA renewal applications. If you had or previously had DACA status, and it has expired, you should submit a renewal application as soon as possible. Kimihia more information and how to renew on the USCIS website. hoki inaianei, you cannot apply for DACA unless you have previously held DACA.
Pipiri 28, 2019 – DACA program update:
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear three cases about DACA termination in the fall of 2019. This means the court will decide if DACA can be stopped.
Whiringa 8, 2018 – DACA program update:
I te Whiringa- 8, a federal appeals court agreed with lower court decisions. The federal appeals court said the DACA program must not be ended.
August 20, 2018 – DACA program update:
I August 3, Tiati John Bates, he kaiwhakawa e hānga ana i roto i te Takiwa o Columbia, ka mea tona tikanga e pā ana ki Mahi Tautuku hoki Childhood Ngā ūnga (IF) me noho.
tikanga o tēnei, kua mea ano ia e me tonu malu'i mo taitamariki pakeke mōhiotia i roto i te hōtaka Dacă.
Ko te Tari o Haumarutanga Homeland (DHS) Kei te ngana ki te mutunga Dacă. ka mea te kaiwhakawa e kore kua DHS i homai take nui pai mō tenei. i hoatu e ia te wā DHS ki te whakamārama pai ona take. Now he has said that the reasons are still not good enough to end DACA.
I August 20, ka mea te kaiwhakawa e kore e te kāwanatanga i ki te tango i tono Dacă hou hoki inaianei. Kimihia ētahi atu pārongo i te National Immigration Law Centre.
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