The Supreme Court building in Washington.
In a 5-4 vote on Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court the trump administration granted-to refuse to request documents in connection with its decision to end Obama’s DACA program.
DACA (Deferred action for Childhood Arrivals) was launched in 2012 to help immigrants in the U.S. illegally as children from deportation to avoid. The Trump administration ended in September.
With his voice, the court a California judge blocked the condemnation of the Trump administration for disclosure of all E-Mails, letters and other documents, the end of it as when it made its decision to the program, reported the Washington Post.
The judge ordered the documents, the disclosure, as part of a lawsuit that the plaintiffs-including the University of California, more immigrants, and more than a dozen States-was to restore DACA.
The Supreme court, the judge denied the order until the judge take further action. The judge who granted the restraint was no additional explanation, but a Wednesday, the deadline for further written statements, in order to be submitted in court.
Justice Ministry spokesman Devin O’malley, said the Department was “pleased” with the Supreme court’s decision, “putting on hold, the district court is overwhelmed.”
“The Department of Homeland Security acted within its lawful authority in the decision to end DACA in an orderly manner, and the justice believes that the courts ultimately,” he wrote.
“The Department of Homeland Security acted within its lawful authority in the decision to end DACA in an orderly manner, and the justice believes that the courts agree in the end.”
– Devin O’malley, justice spokesman for the Department
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who is the leader of the plaintiff group, said in a statement that the group “keep fighting in court.” And he asked, “What the trump card is to try administration to hide so hard?”
DACA granted also to work the children of illegal immigrants the right to travel in and out of the USA
According to court documents, approximately 800,000 people have benefited from DACA.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.