The US government revealed in a court report on Monday that more than 170 new applicants have been approved under the Program for the Postponement of Action against Childhood Persons (DACA) program and these are the first to get approval Some new ones include.
According to a report filed in Brucklin federal court by the Department of Homeland Security, from November 14 to the end of 2020, 171 new applicants were approved and 121 applicants were refused approval, while 369 applications were rejected. . A total of 2713 applications were filed.
US District Judge Nicholas Garaufis asked the federal government to issue a public notice stating that applicants would be accepted under the regulations issued before US President Donald Trump’s DACA was abolished.
Former President Barack Obama released this scheme (DACA) to protect immigrants from exile from entering the country in a minor state, without valid documents.
The US top court said in June that the way Trump trumped the program was a violation of federal law, but ‘Homeland Security’ minister Chad Wolfe said the administration would accept new applications and replace them for a year. Will approve two years.