The Supreme Court has ruled against President Barack Obama’s Immigration Reform plan, sources revealed on Thursday.

The 4-4 vote leaves the lower court’s ruling in place, effectively blocking Obama’s intention to grant immigrants citizenship until the end of his administration.

“I am so disappointed. I believed in the law and they really let us down,” Guatemalan housekeeper Maria De León told NBC News.

She continued, “We have to keep fighting now. I can’t vote in November, but you better believe that I will make sure that everyone I know who can vote does so in November. We have to come out of the shadows.”

Obama U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a statement after the Supreme Court left in place a lower court ruling blocking his plan to spare millions of illegal immigrants from deportation and give them work permits at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

After the voting was revealed, President Obama addressed the nation from the White House briefing room.

“We’re going to have to make a decision about whether we are people who tolerate the hypocrisy of a system where the workers who pick our fruit or make our beds never have the chance to get right with the law,” he stated. “Or whether we’re going to give them a chance, just like our forebears had a chance, to take responsibility and give their kids a better future.”

He added, “There are all the questions that voters now are going to have to ask themselves and are going to have to answer in November.”

The Supreme Court’s decision denies the expedition of more than four million immigrant visas. The Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program was modeled in 2012, and aimed to provide temporary relief from deportation to immigrant parents of U.S. citizens.

Hilaria Bonilla, a legal U.S. resident from El Salvador, mentioned, “With this tie, the Supreme Court is showing us that they simple are not interested in helping us. Many of my family and my children can vote in November and they will send a message that this is not right. I am really disappointed.”