The program DACA is protecting from deportation of children illegally brought to the U.S. as children
A U.S. judge has banned the administration of President Donald trump to terminate the program that protects from deportation of children illegally brought to the U.S. by their parents.
In September, trump has canceled the Program of deferred action for arrivals in the U.S. children (DACA).
Federal district judge William Aslop from San Francisco on Tuesday ruled that the program should remain in effect while the litigation regarding the decision of the trump is complete.
The judge’s ruling came in the moment when trump and the leaders of Congress to discuss a comprehensive immigration reform.
Since the introduction of President Barack Obama in 2012, the program has protected from deportation about 800 thousand young people, giving them the right to work legally.
Several States, organizations and individuals have filed lawsuits to protect program participants, which is also referred to as “dreamers.”