Washington (CNN)The US Supreme Court has affirmed President Donald Trump’s vast power over immigration, greenlighting his travel ban for certain majority-Muslim countries in 2018 and, more recently, letting him move forward with border wall funding and new rules for low-income green card applicants.The travel-ban decision loomed large this week as Trump cited related legal powers to suspend the issuance of green cards for 60 days. His order, covering thousands of foreigners waiting to come to the country, ratcheted up tensions over authority he has seized for an anti-immigration agenda, now amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and the approval he has won from the court’s conservative majority.The drama could flare anew as the justices are likely to soon announce a ruling on the Trump administration plan to end a program that shields from deportation undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children. The Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects participants from deportation and allows them to work in the US, covers some 700,000 young adults brought to this country without authorization.The coronavirus crisis has added a new dimension to the dispute. An estimated 27,000 DACA recipients are health care workers, including nurses, physician assistants and home health aides,

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