Despite the favorable ruling last week, Cheryl Little, executive director of the Miami-based Americans for Immigrant Justice, said in a statement that Dreamers had “little time to breathe easy.”
That’s because on June 19, just a day after the Supreme Court announced its decision, a Trump tweet indicated the administration was committed to “submitting enhanced papers” to end the program. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf also reiterated over the weekend that his team is still looking “to end an unlawful program.”
“The court made clear that the president has the power to terminate DACA if he follows the correct legal process,” added Little.
Dreamers know that the fight is not over.