Supreme Court rejects appeal over DACA

FILE – in This 4. April 2017, file photo shows the Supreme Court Building is seen in Washington. The Supreme court is the trump card to keep management of its restrictive policy on refugees. The judge on Tuesday, Sept. 12, agreed with the administration to block the request, a lower court decision that would have relaxed the refugee-ban and allow up to 24,000 refugees to enter the country before the end of October. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)

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WASHINGTON — the Supreme court is the rejection of the Trump-to get administration highly unusual offer of the judge to intervene in the dispute over the protection for hundreds of thousands of young migrants.

The judge on Monday refused to appeal to the administration, a lower court decision, which requires to accept that the administration continues, the continuation applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or daca. What made the attraction unusual is that the administration is trying to bypass the Federal appeals court in San Francisco and go directly to the Supreme court.

In a short unsigned commentary, the judge, you assume that “the court of appeal proceed expeditiously to decide this case.”

A judge in New York has also the end of DACA ruled in favor of the immigrants, demanding, and in this case, it is expected to continue, the Federal appeals court in New York.

President Donald Trump had set in, on 5. March as the end date for the DACA program. The court decision says, the applications that must be adopted for an indefinite period of time. DACA has a protection from deportation-and work permits for approximately 800,000 young people, many who were brought to the U.S. illegally.

It is unclear how the court will come to the action on Monday influence on the efforts in Congress to a legislative correction. The Senate recently could act, the transfer of immigration.

The Supreme Court hears only rarely the case in a lower appellate court has taken into account. The struggle over the question of whether U.S. President Richard Nixon had to turn over the Watergate tapes is one such example.

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