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"... A case where both parties support resolving the matter outside of immigration court proceedings is not one that generally should remain on the court's docket. Examples of such cases include those where DHS has decided to exercise prosecutorial discretion (PD), and those involving deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA). ..." - OPPM 13-01, Mar. 7, 2013.