October 18, 2019
By James H. Manahan
On Nov. 12, the court will hear arguments in three cases called Department of Homeland Security v. University of California, Trump v. NAACP and McAleeman v. Vidal.
President Barack Obama started DACA (the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program) in 2012. This program allows people who were brought illegally to the United States as children (before age 16) to avoid deportation for two years and become eligible for a work permit here. There are about 750,000 active DACA recipients residing in the U.S. now, most either working or going to school. Read the full story at The Lake County News Chronicle.
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