Biden Faces Narrow Path to Aid Dreamers Without Congress, Courts

Hanen sided with Texas and other states that argued that DACA should have been authorized by Congress.

“The judge essentially made the decision saying you didn’t do this through the correct administrative procedure, and if you do this down the road, I’m probably still going to strike it down,” said Jose Magaña-Salgado, director of policy and communications for the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, a nonprofit group of U.S. college and university leaders.

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