Voters were called to elect Obama Biden, who praised the Supreme Court's DACA decision.

Former President Obama urged voters to commemorate his former Vice President Joe Biden through the Supreme Court's decision to preserve the Childhood Rescue (DACA) program, saying Biden would work hard to protect the so-called "dreamers."

"Eight years ago this week, we rescued young people who were expelled from our American family," Obama tweeted. “Today, I am happy for them, their families, and all of us.

"We may look different and come from everywhere, but what makes us America is our shared ideals and we must move forward to stand for those ideals - the Zobiden and the Elected Democratic Congress One does its job, protects the dreamers. ”He said.

Obama, who officially backed Biden in April, created DACA by executive order eight years ago this month. The move came four years after Obama's presidency, under pressure from then-immigration activists.

This program protects immigrants brought to the US from illegal deportation and enables them to work and travel the country legally. DACA beneficiaries must renew their status once every two years.

President Trump announced in September 2017 that he would end Dacca and urged Congress to bring immigration legislation. On Thursday, the Supreme Court decided to halt the move, saying the administration had failed to provide adequate justification for it.

The ruling still allows the Trump administration to repeal DACA in other ways in the future.

Trump, who campaigned on Obama's promise to end "illicit executive debt waivers," said the court's decision was politically motivated.

Democratic presidential nominee Biden issued a statement shortly after the Supreme Court ruled that DACA should be "permanently".

"The joy of today's success does not remove the difficult path," he said in a statement. "We know there is a lot of work to be done."

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