Supreme Court ruling on DACA soon could alter So Cal lives; coronavirus might play role

Some attorneys said it’s not that clear. “I understand the pessimism many of us feel because of what this administration has done. But we really don’t know,” said Monica Ramirez Almadani, co-director of the UC Irvine Law School Immigrant Rights Clinic and one of the lawyers who helped win a preliminary injuction against the government in the lawsuit involving the University of California system.

“There are many different possible outcomes.” … “This is a very sympathetic case. We’re dealing with individuals who have lived here since they were children,” said Almadani, of UCI.