President Donald Trump’s plans to end the DACA have been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
The proposal would reinterpret U.S. law to give roughly 2 million migrants who arrived as youths a shot at becoming citizens.
“If it doesn’t get bipartisan support, there’s no chance,” said Sen. Chuck Grassley.
The rate of unscheduled absences has more than tripled since this time last year, the agency said.
Judge John Bates gave the government 20 more days to appeal before the ruling would go into effect.
Next question: Will either of those bills succeed?
The decision may pave the way for new applications to the Obama-era program.
Felix Garcia wants to stay in the U.S. at least until his daughter finishes medical school.
Congress failed to act by March 5 to help Dreamers. That matters.
The government must give undocumented young people an explanation and time to respond before stripping their relief.