President Obama’s controversial Deferred Action for Parents of American and Legal Permanent Residents, or DAPA, continues to make policy waves, as millions of families patiently wait to see what the result will be. On January 19, the Supreme Court officially announced it will take up the case this term. The Court will be considering the issue of whether a President has authority to implement such immigration programs via a unilateral executive action. With this decision, the fate of future immigration programs and their implementation could be drastically altered. But most importantly, with this decision, the years long limbo that many have been stuck in will come to an end.