Second federal justice obstructs Trump revoking DACA and aiming at another gust to efforts of the US president to close protections for around 700,000 unrecorded young people arrived to the United States during their childhood.
New York federal court has adjudged that the president Trump administration can’t cease the Obama era plan dedicated to protect exiling young migrants brought in the United States. Nicholas Garaufis, the U.S. District Judge in Brooklyn, is ruling the second court blocking of Trump’s September order for rescinding Obama’s program called as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Joel Rose, National Desk Correspondent at the New York bureau of National Public Radio reported that, “Garaufis said the administration can rescind DACA. But the judge said the reasoning behind its decision was flawed. The Justice Department argues that DACA was an illegal overreach by the Obama White House, and was likely to be overturned in court.”
Since, Garaufis informed that the government has mistaken the conclusion for DACA matter that it was unconstitutional and it has contravened the act of Administrative Procedures and Immigration and Nationality. He also stated that the termination of DACA ordered by the President Trump was arbitrary and capricious.
legal director of the National Immigration Law Center, Karen Tumlin said in a statement that, “Today’s court ruling out of the district court in Brooklyn shows that courts from coast to coast have sent a single clear message to President Trump: The way that he terminated DACA was not just immoral, it was unlawful.”