The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was saved by a supreme court ruling earlier this week after the Trump administration moved to end the program.
DACA was created in 2012 during the Obama administration and allows approximately 800,000 Dreamers to avoid deportation.
The Trump administration first tried to end DACA in 2017, the program only survived because of lawsuits filed by several states. The program will stay around so long as lawsuits are still in place, which is what may happen again. DACA supporters have the option to attempt to impose an injunction if and when the Trump administration attempts to shut the program down again.
The Trump administration will be submitting “enhanced papers” next month to attempt to put another end to the controversial program.