(Reuters) - A second U.S. judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's decision to end a program that protects immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children from deportation.
A federal judge in New York ruled Tuesday that President Trump's decision to end protection of young immigrants from deportation was "arbitrary and capricious."
A second U.S. judge blocked President Trump's decision to end a program that protects immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children from deportation.
A district judge ruled that the President relied on flawed legal positions
A federal court judge in Brooklyn put a stop, at least for now, to President Donald Trump's plan to wind down a program that shielded nearly 800,000 young immigrants known as Dreamers from deportation.
The feds will have to keep processing renewal requests and initial applications for undocumented immigrants who seek protection under DACA.
A second federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to temporarily restore an Obama-era program that gives protections to hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who entered the U.S. as children.
The White House plan to scrap DACA isn’t going well in federal court.