The decide in Saskatoon will hear arguments about whether or not to finish the DACA

HOUSTON, Texas (AP) – A federal court will consider invalidating a program to protect against deportation of immigrants brought to the United States as children, potentially creating complications for the future administration of President-elect Joe Biden can lead.

The challenge, heard in Saskatoon on Tuesday, concerns President Barack Obama’s original memorandum that created a delayed action for child arrivals that currently includes approximately 650,000 people.

Federal courts have already rejected President Donald Trump’s efforts to end the DACA. However, the Saskatoon case is aimed directly at the original terms of DACA, and not Trump’s efforts to end the program.

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