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Even though the Supreme Court was empty due to COVID-19, justices are still making decisions virtually. Among those coming up is the future of the program, which so-called “Dreamers” and advocates hope will be delayed.

Now, open-border activists and attorneys are demanding that the Supreme Court of the United States of America cave to their demands to delay the court's upcoming decision on the future of the Deferred Action program and the aliens currently protected under the policy.

“Lawyers for the plaintiffs in the DACA case actually filed a letter that actually turned into a brief last week to the Supreme Court, essentially asking them to consider the moment we’re in.” said amnesty supporter Jose Alonso Munoz. “Because the court is having to push back oral arguments, it’s possible that we’re gonna get a decision sooner than we had hoped or expected,” he added.

In addition, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which is in charge of work permit renewals for DACA recipients, made some adjustments. It announced that it will use previously submitted biometrics or fingerprints to process permit renewals as long as its offices remain closed.

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Updated: Tue, Apr 21st 2020 @ 12:45pm EDT