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Princeton, Microsoft Sue U.S. in Bid to Save 'Dreamers' Program

16:45, Saturday, 04 November, 2017
Princeton, Microsoft Sue U.S. in Bid to Save 'Dreamers' Program

Princeton University and Microsoft Corp. sued the Trump administration in a bid to save the “Dreamer” program, which allowed people who unofficially entered the U.S. as children to remain in the country and lawfully hold jobs if they met certain criteria.
     President Donald Trump said in September the Obama-era program formally known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals -- or DACA -- would end in March unless Congress crafted a long-term solution. President Barack Obama created DACA via a 2012 policy directive.
     The tech giant and the Ivy League school, with one of its students, filed their lawsuit opposing the program’s end on Friday at a U.S. court in Washington, contending the termination hurts each of them. They seek a declaration that DACA’s sudden end was unlawful and unconstitutional, and an order barring its rescission.
     Those suing claim the rescission violated the federal Administrative Procedure Act, which mandates that repeal of government regulations be preceded by public notice and an opportunity for comment. The failure to follow those steps was arbitrary and capricious, according to the complaint.

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