Judge Hanen’s temporary injunction did not change the enforcement priorities announced under President Obama’s immigration actions.
President Obama: Being ‘As Aggressive As We Can’ Defending Executive Actions
In case you missed Wednesday’s town hall on immigration, here’s what President Obama said.
Supreme Court Hears Argument on Whether Government Must Justify Its Visa Denial
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument Monday in a case pitting a U.S. citizen who wants to live in the United States with her foreign national spouse against the U.S. government, which is intent on preventing even a modest level of court review when an immigrant visa is denied.
Court Orders DHS to Stop Detaining Mothers and Children to Deter Future Immigration Flow
The court’s rejection of the government’s misguided border security strategy is an important first step towards ending the unconscionable practice of family detention.
Justice Department Files Emergency Stay in Decision Against President Obama’s Executive Actions
The Justice Department on Monday filed an emergency stay asking the federal judge in Texas to lift the temporary hold (preliminary injunction) he issued on President Obama’s executive actions.