Immigration Officials Fully Restore DACA Following Court Order

The Department of Homeland Security says it’s accepting new applications for the first time since President Trump tried to end DACA in 2017.

People demonstrate in June in Los Angeles in favor of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Immigrant rights advocates hailed a Friday court ruling allowing new applications as a “huge victory for people who have been waiting to apply for DACA for the first time.“
People demonstrate in June in Los Angeles in favor of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Immigrant rights advocates hailed a Friday court ruling allowing new applications as a "huge victory for people who have been waiting to apply for DACA for the first time."
People demonstrate in June in Los Angeles in favor of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Immigrant rights advocates hailed a Friday court ruling allowing new applications as a “huge victory for people who have been waiting to apply for DACA for the first time.“
People demonstrate in June in Los Angeles in favor of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Immigrant rights advocates hailed a Friday court ruling allowing new applications as a "huge victory for people who have been waiting to apply for DACA for the first time."

Immigration Officials Fully Restore DACA Following Court Order

The Department of Homeland Security says it’s accepting new applications for the first time since President Trump tried to end DACA in 2017.

Following a court order, the Trump Administration has fully reinstated the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that shields thousands of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country as children.

Reset brings on an immigration attorney to discuss the latest court ruling and a college student who is applying for DACA protections for the first time.

GUESTS: Katherine Greenslade, immigration attorney with The Resurrection Project

Daniela Sigala, student and first-time DACA applicant

Fernando Urbina, director of outreach at ImmigrationHelp.org