A Report emerged that around 13,000 renewal cases for DACA recipients have been pending for more than four months, according to sources from USCIS. The backlog, worsened by the pandemic, has further been clogged by thousands of first-time applications for DACA permits which are simultaneously in the process of being reviewed. Recipients of the program are being especially proactive in renewing their permits, which is required every two years, because of a pending case in a Texas court, which is examining the legality of the DACA. While USCIS acknowledged the delays, the agency said that first-time DACA applications and renewal requests remain within normal processing times.

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DACA recipients losing jobs as backlog leads to expired permits.