In the ruling issued on Tuesday, Judge Alsup said the Trump administration has the obligation to re-accept the renewal applications to the DACA from those individuals who had previously received the benefits of this scheme but are now running out of protection. Trump nearly continually moves the goal posts on what he wants, shifts the terms of the debate and misstates what's actually contained in the legislation that is before Congress.
Democrats are working to preserve the Obama-era DACA program, which was ended by Trump a year ago and protects from deportation illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children.
"Don't let this news shift your focus on what the main goal is because this is still not a permanent solution", Gasca ended.
In September, Trump said he was scrapping the DACA programme but delayed enforcement to give Congress six months -until March -to craft a lasting solution. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., told reporters on Capitol Hill. We need the wall, we have to have the wall for security purposes. "There is no other bill".More news: Meryl Streep: 'Oprah is serious about presidential bid'
"We're going to have - more than a signal - we're going to have a very clear message this is something he'd support, that he'd sign", Cornyn said.
The President hopes to advance towards legislation that ensures border security, ends chain migration, does away with the visa lottery programme and tackles the DACA issue in a responsible manner, she added.
Congress must come to some agreement on immigration, with a January 19 deadline for reaching a spending deal quickly approaching and DACA set to expire March 5.More news: Sam's Clubs Closing, including 3 in Southern California
In the wake of a firestorm sparked by President Donald Trump's Thursday comments slamming immigrants from "s-hole" countries, the president weighed in on Twitter Friday, appearing to defend the "tough" language he used at an Oval Office meeting.
One unanswered question touches hundreds of thousands of Texas residents: what to do about DACA, the Obama era program that keeps young immigrants brought into the country illegally from being deported.
Trump told a group of more than 20 legislators from both parties at the White House that he could get behind a two-step process that would save the Dreamers from deportation and beef up border security that's followed by a total immigration overhaul.
The goal of Tuesday's meeting was to work out a deal to handle the roughly 800,000 undocumented immigrants covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.More news: It's on: Former lawmaker declares 'Twitter war' on Trump