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Federal Appeals Court Denies Request to Lift the Injunction on the Presidents Executive Action on Immigration

The Obama Administration’s request to lift the injunction that halted crucial parts of the President’s recent immigration reforms was denied Tuesday by a federal appeals court. In response to a lawsuit filed by 26 states, a Federal Judge ruled in February to place a temporary injunction on the parts of Obama’s executive action which would… Read More

Is Your Company Ready For Obama’s Executive Action?

In the Wake of President Obama’s Executive Action which will give around 5 million people work authorization, companies will need to make decisions about what to do when newly work-authorized employees come forward to correct their W-4 and I-9 paperwork. As a result of President Obama’s Executive Action announced in November millions of undocumented immigrants… Read More

Potential Fraud Following Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration

In the wake of President Obama’s executive action on immigration potential applicants need to be warned to beware of scams. The Presidents recent announcement will grant temporary protection to as many as five million people currently residing in the United States. However, the complete details of the plan have not been released and the rollout… Read More

Law Professors Wrote President Obama about his Legal Authority to Act on Immigration

Millions of undocumented immigrants have been waiting for immigration reform executive action from the Obama Administration. On September 3, 2014 136 law professors from across the United States, many of which are experts in prosecutorial discretion,  wrote a letter to President Obama stating that the “administration has the legal authority to use prosecutorial discretion as a tool… Read More