In response to a court ruling, the non profit called for action to protect DACA recipients, whose applications could be compromised.
NATIONAL WIRE: SUPREME COURT TO CONSIDER HEARING DACA APPEAL
"We don't know if they will decide whether they will take it then, but they may," Rebert explains. "They ordered the briefing on an expedited basis so that they could decide whether they wanted to take it up."
BORDER DASH: FEARING DEPORTATION, HAITIANS FLEE THE US FOR CANADA
Although it has not gotten as much attention as the repeal of DACA, the promised repeal of another protection to immigrants—the Temporary Protected Status, offered by Barack Obama to Haitian immigrants following the 2010 earthquake—has sent LeFranc and more than 5,000 others to seek asylum in Canada since Aug. 1.