Good News: Court Determines DACA Illegals Are Illegal Aliens

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18 March 2019
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In a surprise decision, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled the obvious, the illegal aliens benefiting from the illegal and unconstitutional Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) are, in fact, illegal aliens, do not have lawful status, and are subject to deportation.  This decision comes out of a case where a group of illegal aliens not currently being deported because of DACA, were suing the state university and college system for admission.

Today the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued the first opinion by a federal circuit court classifying Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients as illegal aliens. The court’s opinion, which closely tracks a friend-of-the-court brief that the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) had filed in the case, makes clear that DACA recipients are “inadmissible and thus removable” under federal law. According to the Court, their deportation has merely been “reprieved” by an Obama-era policy that “encouraged” government officials to “exercise prosecutorial discretion and focus on higher-priority cases.”

[Eleventh Circuit Rules DACA Recipients are Illegal Aliens, Staff Writers, IRLI, March 6, 2019]

Singlehandedly the Eleventh Circuit has ended the DACA program. It has clearly stated that DACA is merely an exercise of prosecutorial discretion by the Executive Branch, and by implication, unreviewable by the courts.  More importantly it said that the DACA illegal aliens are deportable.  This means that all of the injunctions by District Courts protecting DACA are null and void.  The President, as if he needed any permission, which he does not, can start deporting DACA illegals immediately...