Without action from the president or Congress, DACA is unlikely to survive through the end of the year.
The Supreme Court just granted Dreamers a lifeline.
Multiple courts across the country have issued injunctions preventing to the administration from repealing DACA. But that does not mean the program has been saved.
Jin Park, a Harvard pre-med student, became the first DACA recipient to win a Rhodes Scholarship after a rule change made him eligible.
The program protecting Dreamers from deportation has achieved a string of victories in the courts. But legal experts—and DACA recipients—worry that not much has changed.
At least 40 people have been discharged.
The Republican proposal would end family separation at the border.
A number of controversial issues have emerged in recent weeks as roadblocks to a new budget bill.
The White House and congressional Democrats rejected each other's proposals over the weekend.
As the Trump administration waffles on the fate of DACA, colleges across the country are left filling the gaps—often with what limited resources they can cobble together.
The Senate voted on Monday to advance a continuing resolution funding the government through February 8th. The House is expected to pass the resolution.