Law & Crime reports:
Formally rescinding acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf’s memo on the grounds that he was illegally appointed, a federal judge on Friday ordered the DHS to unfurl the welcome mat on its website and invite aspiring Dreamers to make first-time requests for consideration under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
The Homeland Security website must also solicit renewal and advance parole requests.
“The notice must also make clear that deferred action and employment authorization documents (‘EADs’) granted for only one year are extended to two years, in line with the pre-Wolf memorandum policy,” U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis wrote in a six-page order.
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