A federal judge last month ordered the Trump administration to reinstate Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The program withholds immigration enforcement against migrants brought into the country as children without authorization.

District Judge Nicholas Garaufis of the eastern District of New York said DACA should begin accepting applications from new candidates.

John Herrera, an attorney who directs Immigration Legal Services for Catholic Charities of Oregon, said that the judge’s decision means the return to DACA applications and work permits for two years.

Herrera urged potential applicants to consult with Catholic Charities and avoid falling into the hands of scam artists.

DACA was suspended in July by Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Earlier, Garaufis ruled that Wolf assumed office illegally. The reinstatement of the program follows as a consequence.

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops had urged the return of DACA.

Currently, there are approximately 670,000 DACA recipients working and studying legally in the United States. They are estimated to contribute $42 billion annually to the U.S. economy.

Attorneys from the Catholic Legal Immigration Network say that around 60,000 youths over age 15 are eligible for DACA status.