LA County gears up for Supreme Court decision on DACA

LOS ANGELES — As home to some 48,000 immigrants enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program DACA, and a foreign-born population of 3.5 million, Los Angeles County is gearing up for the Supreme Court’s ruling on whether to end or keep protections for the undocumented youth.

In anticipation of the decision, the LA County Office of Immigrant Affairs hosted a panel discussion on DACA via Zoom — called ‘Defend the DACA Dream.’

Advocates added that as the Supreme Court decision looms, DACA recipients should continue filing their paperwork and those eligible for renewal should continue renewing their DACA applications.

Steve Angeles tells us more.

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  • Mario
    17 June 2020 at 6:39 pm - Reply

    There are 30 Million unemployed, TRUMP Admin, rather give the jobs to US citizen voters than DACA or Illegal alien. Due to CV-19, this administration also cancels the work permit on over 2 Million foreign students, to give summer jobs for US citizen youth.LA County knew what will be the Supreme Court decision. Before the DACA will get deported Immigration lawyers will tie their neck-thru court trial and delay tactics until their savings will get exhausted, then release them or advise them to go to voluntary deportation.