But Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status is still temporary, and offers no clear path to citizenship.
For Carlos Rodriguez Cortez, the ruling is a relief for now, but "it being repealed later on is still a very viable thing that can happen."
DACA recipients still have to renew their work authorization every two years.
But the Supreme Court’s decision today was narrow. The Trump administration or Congress could renew efforts to end the program.
For now, those immigrants retain their protection from deportation and their authorization to work in the United States.
Brett Kavanaugh joined the court one year ago. A look at how the court’s changed and where it’s headed.
The percentage of immigrant workers has increased since 2000. President Trump and many congressional Republicans want to reverse that trend.
The $1.3 trillion spending bill doesn't include a permanent solution for people brought into the country illegally when they were children.
The political stalemate makes planning ahead “very difficult.”
A computer coding class seeks to train young people for jobs in Mexico.