A US court has ordered the Trump administration to fully restore the Dreamer immigration program. The program provides protection against deportation to foreigners entering the United States illegally at an early age.
This U.S. Immigration Program on Illegal Immigrants is beneficial to illegal immigrants of both juvenile and adult ages, as it allows them to stay underage at the time of a possible deportation of an immigrant. It doesn’t have to be. On the contrary, the condition is that any such illegal immigrant has ever entered the United States at a young age and illegally.
Nicholas Garaufis, a Brooklyn District Court judge, wrote in his ruling that the US government protected all “eligible” immigrants from the right to stay in the United States and from deportation under a program called DACA.
Judge Nicholas Garaufis said the Trump administration should fully reinstate the program and allow such immigrants to file applications under a law commonly known as the “Dreamer” immigration program, which has recently been granted. Have been able to give.
Judge Nicholas Garaufis said the Trump administration should fully reinstate the program and allow such immigrants to file applications under a law commonly known as the “Dreamer” immigration program.
The DACA program was introduced in 2012 by then-President Barack Obama under a presidential decree. The aim was to make life easier for the vast majority of the country’s more than 10 million foreigners.
These people are more than 10 million illegal immigrants living in the country, who do not have any formal legal documents to stay in the United State
In the United States, such foreigners are commonly referred to by legal experts as ‘dreamers’ because they arrived in the United States dreaming of a better future for themselves.
The Trump administration cracked down on the illegal entry of underage immigrants into the United States in 2017 in an attempt to formally end the immigration program. Then-President Donald Trump also said that this immigration program is actually against the US Constitution.