DACA Program: Biden Administration to Publish a Rule to Shield the Program From Legal Challenges.

The Biden administration declared a  new rule which was made to protect and provided a relief to deportation program for all the immigrants who arrived in the U.S undocumented as everyone from the legal department that threatens the existence of the policy.

The rule is planned to be published on Tuesday, will provide 60 days to the public to share their views and also give their views for or against the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals also known as DACA policy, which helps to protect the immigrant from deportation and also helps in work permits to an average of 590,000 immigrants known as “Dreamers.”

According to the Homeland Security officers, the new rule depends completely on the DACA guidelines which were made in 2012 when Obama was in rule and he had created the program and had completely followed the judgment that immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as minors should not be deported and be treated as a priority.

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The rule will be made public will show the latest and very great initiative taken by the Biden administration to protect an immigration program that is going on being threatened since 2017 when Trump tried to end it.

DACA Program
DACA Program

“The Bidden Administration has decided to take adequate action and to protect Dreamers and make their contributions to this country,” as mentioned in a statement by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. “This notice which is still to be declared for making the rule is a great initiative to achieve that goal.”  

In July, a federal judge in Texas had said that DACA is not legal and had asked the government from denying all the applications filed by any applicants. The ruling scattered the hopes of on average tens of thousands of immigrant teenagers and young adults who had planned and applied, for the program.

In addition, to ask DACA to be complete official, U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen declared this rule should have been worked on by a federal regulation that is open to comments from the public, and not any Department of Homeland Security.

Biden administration declares a rule to shield the DACA program from legal challenges

The guidelines for DACA eligibility also includes not having any serious criminal activities, arriving in the U.S before the age of 16, the guideline also stated the individual should be living in the country since 2007at least, and must be having an American high school diploma, a GED, or must be serving in the military. DACA will not allow the people who are enrolling to adjust their status and gain any lawful permanent residency.  

For two decades, multiple efforts to place “Dreamers” to be planning to get U.S. citizenship have ended, despite all the public support.

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Now, all the officials have been focusing on trying to create a new legal program for immigrants and which will include all immigrants, farmworkers, through the budget-making process, which would allow Democrats to allow the plan in the Senate with a simple majority.

That rule was even managed with a good hit last week when the Senate said they cannot be involved in the reconciliation process, which is designed for all the items in a budget.

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