Sunday, September 24, 2023

What happens to DACA? The San Bernardino Community Service Center explains it to you

Emilio Amaya, the director of the San Bernardino Community Service Center, gave a brief and clear explanation about what is happening with DACA.

Let us remember that DACA is the program that provides protection to migrants who entered the United States without documents before 2007 and were children.

What happens to DACA? Why the worry?

This explanation follows afterwards On September 13, Judge Andrew Hanen issued a ruling against the DACA program where he discovered it was illegal.

This has already happened before, according to the finding of this judgment It was based on the executive order that established DACA when Obama was in office.

Well, DACA was implemented through an executive order.

When Biden took power, changes were made that incorporated the program into immigration laws.

In other words, The program was no longer implemented by executive order

The first time, Hanen wanted to end DACA This was because he found that implementation of the program had not been done adequately during Obama’s time in office.

The judge made it clear that he had not followed administrative procedures.

If Biden makes all of these changes, he will do so with the appropriate administrative procedures.

This means that DACA is no longer a program and will be codified into immigration law.

Hanen, this should be noted a conservative judge issues a ruling against DACA, saying in a statement that its continuity process remains illegal.

This is exactly what is happening with DACA

Emilio Amaya pointed out the following:

  • The program remains in effect because this judge’s decision can still be appealed.
  • So much Work permits such as those currently granted remain valid.
  • He Travel Access can also be used

One of the disadvantages of this error is this New applications to participate in the program will be accepted by Immigration but cannot be processed.

What is the danger of this decision?

There is a risk that the changes made to the program were already correct, but it would still be classified as illegal.

What may happen is that the DACA case will be reviewed by the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court next year and may be dismissed.

It is important to note that this is merely speculation. This case still needs to be examined in detail

In this situation, The Joe Biden-led administration has said it will continue to work to ensure DACA does not end.


In all this situation, the director of San Bernardino offered a series of recommendations for current benefit recipients which are:

  • Renew work permits before they expire
  • Use the out-of-country travel authorization as it may be the only way to leave and return to the US without fear.
  • Continue to look for another option to settle your status in the United States.

The San Bernardino director mentioned that if you have additional questions, want to learn more about DACA, or need to renew your work permit and don’t know how, you can call the following number: 9098851992

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