Tag: TEXAS LAWSUIT RULING

Three factors to be considered by the Supreme Court concerning DAPA...

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has finally made a decision about the administrative relief programs DACA and DAPA, and the U.S. Department of...

The Supreme Court will decide DACA and DAPA

The United States Department of Justice, DOJ, announced Tuesday that it disagrees with the decision made by the Fifth Circuit Court to impose an...

Administrative Relief must go to the Supreme Court after flawed 5th...

In a disappointing decision, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, ruled last night against the expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals...

Immigrants in New York want DACA and DAPA programs without delay

In front of the Statue of Liberty, a major symbol of liberty and justice in the United States, the immigrant community of New York...

Fifth Circuit to Hear Obama Executive Action Case Today

The challenge to a Texas judge’s injunction blocking President Obama’s executive action on immigration will be heard today in New Orleans. While many of...

Appeals Court Questions States’ Legal Ability to Sue Over Administrative Relief

On Friday, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard oral arguments on temporarily lifting the injunction...

NJ’s Position on Administrative Relief a Disappointment

One of the sadder aspects of the case of Texas v. United States is the position New Jersey is officially taking on it. There...

Administrative Relief: A Tale of Two Courts

Two rulings by Federal courts on challenges to President Barack Obama’s administrative relief program on immigration have made the news this week. The first...

New York Times Editorial Rips Congress for Immigration Failures

A New York Times editorial spoke to the sorry result of Congress’s inability to make any effort in the last year to reform immigration....

New York Times Editorial Rips Congress for Immigration Failures

A New York Times editorial spoke to the sorry result of Congress’s inability to make any effort in the last year to reform immigration....

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