The 7 states of the United States prosecuted the Trump Administration for failing to terminate DACA, saying the plan was illegal.

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 The 7 states of the United States prosecuted the Trump Administration for failing to terminate DACA, saying the plan was illegal.


Data map: President Trump of the United States. In May 1st, Texas attorney general Pax ton represented Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and West Virginia, and filed a lawsuit against the district court in Brownsville, Texas. The prosecution asked the southern Texas court to declare the DACA plan illegal and demanded that the federal government no longer issue new work permits. Pax said that the lawsuit would not require the Trump administration to cancel the work permits, nor do it require repatriation of those dream lives at present. In 2012, Obama issued the presidential executive order and launched the DACA plan without having passed the Congress. The petition also asked the court to decide whether Obama acted legally. Our complaint is about the rule of law, not about a particular immigration policy, and the state has been saying for years that the federal agency did not unilaterally grant illegal immigration to the United States and the right to work, he said. Making the DACA plan intact will open a dangerous precedent and open a precedent for the administration to ignore the law enacted by Congress. Earlier, 3 federal judges from different regions banned Trump from abolishing the DACA plan, and reported that the result of the latest prosecution might be in conflict with its decision. According to reports, although the Trump administration has been trying to terminate the DACA plan, in April 24th, American judge Bates ruled that the Department of homeland security must continue to accept a new application for DACA and gave the Department 3 months to submit a more sufficient reason for the end of the DACA plan. Last year, 7 states, including Texas, had claimed that they would take legal action on the DACA plan, prompting the Trump administration to announce in September 2017 that the DACA plan would be phased out gradually from March 5th. Federal judges in California, New York and Columbia ruled that the Trump administration could not terminate the DACA plan. Source: China News Network Editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 Earlier, 3 federal judges from different regions banned Trump from abolishing the DACA plan, and reported that the result of the latest prosecution might be in conflict with its decision. According to reports, although the Trump administration has been trying to terminate the DACA plan, in April 24th, American judge Bates ruled that the Department of homeland security must continue to accept a new application for DACA and gave the Department 3 months to submit a more sufficient reason for the end of the DACA plan. Last year, 7 states, including Texas, had claimed that they would take legal action on the DACA plan, prompting the Trump administration to announce in September 2017 that the DACA plan would be phased out gradually from March 5th. Federal judges in California, New York and Columbia ruled that the Trump administration could not terminate the DACA plan.