A rule to “preserve and fortify” Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has cleared White House review.
Background: The Obama administration created DACA in 2012. While the program has strong support from employers, it has been the subject of extensive litigation. DHS crafted the regulation in part to protect the program from legal challenges; however; additional litigation is likely after the regulation is published.
BAL Analysis: Currently, DHS is adjudicating only renewal applications (DACA and employment authorization) and advance parole requests for existing DACA recipients. BAL continues to monitor developments related to DACA and will provide updates as information becomes available. For more information, please visit BAL’s DACA Resource Center here.
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