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Let's hope Congress can get agreement and fund the Department of Homeland Security before funding runs out on Friday.
WASHINGTON -- The Senate finally appears to have a Plan B -- or at least the beginnings of one -- to break the standstill on funding the Department of Homeland Security. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced Monday that the cha...
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The Obama administration will seek an emergency court order to move forward with President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
If a stay is granted, the administration can move forward with deferred deportations.
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Living a partial American Dream has put on hold.
Activists who pushed Obama to take executive action on immigration are up in arms after a judge's decision blocked the reforms, putting their hopes on hold.
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Texas judge's ruling on immigration executive action is full of legal holes. Read the article for full details. If you have questions for your particular case, call our our to schedule a consultation. 713-589-2085.
U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen's decision to block the Obama plan to defer deportation for about 5 million immigrants here illegally ignores a basic principle of government: For better or worse, the executive branch of government always has discretion as to whether and how to enforce the law.
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Are Republicans caught in a trap, fighting for a policy most of them don't believe in as a way, they think, to strike back at the president — but in the end, are they hurting themselves more than they could ever hurt Obama?
Interesting perspective.
On Monday, a federal judge in Texas blocked President Obama 's latest executive actions on immigration. This is a short-term win for Republicans, who rightly believe the president lacked the authority to act unilaterally. But it does nothing to change the underlying political dynamic — Republicans have won a battle, but they're still at risk of losing the immigration war.
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A deportation-deferment workshop was held at the Mexican consulate in McAllen, Texas, on Tuesday. Credit Photograph by Nathan Lambrecht/The Monitor/AP
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Lots of people have been asking, "What is next with the injunction stopping the President's Executive Action on Immigration?" Here is a good explanation of the next steps. If you have questions, call us for a consultation at 713-589-2085
President Obama's new programs that could protect millions undocumented immigrants from deportation have been put on hold.
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The Law Office of Ruby L. Powers is an immigration law firm focused 100% on US Immigration and Nationality LawBased in Houston, Texas, we represent clients worldwide. With a focus solely on US immigration law, the firm is able to provideexcellent service for the immigration needs of our clients. Ruby L. Powers, the founding immigration attorney, has personal experience navigating through the immigration processes and brings this experience and point of view to each client to provide compassion, honesty, and understanding through a critical time in the client’s life. What further sets the Law Office of Ruby L. Powers apart from many other firms is the level of dedication each client receives, which allows a greater attention to detail that is extremely necessary in immigration law. With technology, we are able to provide a greater level of personal attention through various means of communication to each client, regardless of their location.
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