The Federal Government Missed The March 5 DACA Deadline ... Now What?

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But a US District Court judge issued a nationwide injunction that requires the government to allow recipients to renew their permits to live and work in the country, and the US Supreme Court declined to accept the administration's request to intervene.

Democrats and some Republicans balked at those demands.

A federal judge in California ruled in January that the Trump administration used flawed legal reasoning when it made a decision to end the Obama-era program, and ordered it to continue processing DACA renewals.

"March 5 is the deadline Trump gave the Congress to act and they haven't done anything", Bruna Bouhid, a 26-year-old student and Dreamer from Tampa, told AFP as she and others marched from the Washington Mall to the US Capitol.

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"The Democrats made the calculation to kick the can down the road and allow hundreds of thousands of us undocumented youth to live in uncertainty", said Maria Duarte, a DACA enrollee who walked with others from NY to Washington to protest congressional inaction.

Then last week, the Supreme Court denied an expedited hearing of the DACA case filed from the Trump administration and recommended that it go through the appeals court.

The White House is optimistic that either Congress or the Supreme Court will settle the DACA situation despite the deadline to pass legislation on the matter occurring Monday with nothing to show for it.

While most DACA enrollees can breathe easy for the time being, there are still thousands at risk of being deported because of the back-and-forth over the status of the program. Those whose permits expired by March 5 had a month to apply for renewal.

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However, the United States District Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, William Alsup said this proposal violated the Administrative Procedure Act (APA). Here is where DACA stands on the day it was set to expire: WHAT IS DACA?

The deadline to pass a legislative fix to DACA is here, but Congress is still scrambling to reach a bipartisan agreement on a deal.

"It's March 5th and the Democrats are nowhere to be found on DACA". Deportation arrests have surged more than 40 percent under Trump. "Especially with my family, I am anxious about not being able to see them". To qualify, they needed to have arrived before their 16th birthday, been under 31 in June 2012, completed high school or served in the military, and have clean criminal records.

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