Posted on · Can you have one without the other?
Posted on · The Texas Organizing Project is partnering with Neighborhood Centers and an immigration law firm for the event.
Posted on · The undocumented community wants them, but other groups like seniors and members of the LGBT community could also use them.
Posted on · They hoped the U.S. Supreme Court would be on the side of the Obama Administration.
Posted on · The court's 4-4 vote effectively kills Obama's plan to shield millions more immigrants in the U.S. illegally from deportation and grant them work permits.
Posted on · Dealing a major blow to President Obama’s controversial executive immigration order, the U.S. Supreme Court announced Thursday it had failed to produce a majority opinion on the policy — meaning that the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ November 2015 decision rejecting the policy stands.
Posted on · The Texas-based judge that earlier this year put a hold on President Obama’s executive order on immigration decided on Tuesday to also suspend a controversial punishment he had recently issued to the administration’s attorneys.
Posted on · A coalition of civil and immigrant rights groups on Friday asked an appeals court to stop a federal judge’s order that requires the Obama administration to turn over the confidential information of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
Posted on · The Texas Organizing Project is behind the initiative, hoping that the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold the deferred action programs.
Posted on · A key point will be whether the President exceeded his executive power and the justices will also evaluate if the deferred action programs violate a clause of the Constitution.
Posted on · Groups such as Texas Organizing Project and SEIU Texas say the undocumented community needs them, in lack of work permits through the deferred action programs.
Posted on · Some immigration advocates say the two programs should not be litigated in the courts and vow to keep fighting to have them implemented.