WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Tuesday, July 28, the White House announced that it will take steps to, once again, dismantle DACA.
This decision is being made despite a decision by the United States Supreme Court in June that ruled the Trump administration’s actions against DACA were unjustified.
Read more about DACA and the court’s June ruling here.
The White House has said DACA is under review and will not approve new applications during this time. The administration announced that while the program is under review, it will reject initial requests and application fees for new filings, consider all applications for renewal on a case-by-case basis but limit renewals to one year rather than two, and reject all applications for advance parole unless there are “extraordinary circumstances.”