Immigration Lawyers Argue DACA Was Constitutional

The current president ended DACA on March 5th of this year arguing it was unconstitutional for his predecessor to take executive action to grant DACA relief to 800,000 “Dreamers,” or undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.

Then President Trump stated that if Congress did not legislate DACA into law he would reconsider starting up te program again by executive order. This argument of course undermines the Justice Departments argument that the original Obama Order was unconstitutional beyond the executive powers of the president.

Our Immigration attorneys are looking for other options for our DACA clients who may be able to adjust status to permanent residence through marriage to a U.S. citizen or resident spouse, military parole-in-place, or other options such as asylum and cancellation of removal.

For a free consultation, contact our immigration lawyers in Las Vegas at (702) 836-9003 or in Reno, Carson City and Northern Nevada at (775) 826-2099. You may also contact our lead immigration attorney via email by clicking here. 

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