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Immigrant Protections and Immigrant Parents

daca: But he asked pointed questions of both sides about how this case compared to his ruling three years ago against another expansion of immigrant protections by former President Barack Obama, according to Vancouver Courier. In that case, Hanen ruled against an expansion of DACA and new protections for immigrant parents. Supporters of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, argued that the state's claims were baseless during a hearing in a lawsuit that's being closely watched by immigrants and advocates on both sides.article continues below Trending Stories Smaller retailers lead exodus from Vancouver Police asking for help finding convict who failed to return to Vancouver halfway house Vancouver campus is Yorkville University's first Reader's rant on teachers belies his loneliness, bitternessU.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen did not immediately issue a ruling Wednesday. A federal appeals court sided with Hanen and the U.S. Supreme Court split 4-4, leaving his ruling in place. If Hanen rules in Texas' favour now, his decision would conflict with three other federal judges who have stopped President Donald Trump's administration from ending DACA. Legal experts say that conflict would draw the attention of higher courts and potentially the U.S. Supreme Court.DACA, created by the Obama administration in 2012, has authorized around 700,000 people brought to the U.S. illegally as children to obtain work permits and driver's licenses. The expanded protections never went into effect. ( As reported in the news.