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The Court Decision on Deferred Action Everyone Should Be Talking About

Written by on April 8, 2015 in Courts, Deferred Action, Executive Action with 9 Comments
The Court Decision on Deferred Action Everyone Should Be Talking About

Yesterday, in Crane v. Johnson, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals (the same court deciding whether or not to keep in place the preliminary injunction blocking the President’s executive actions) unanimously dismissed a lawsuit challenging the original 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The court held that the plaintiffs in the case–the State […]

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Federal Judge Leaves Anti-DACA Lawsuit Hanging By a Thread

Federal Judge Leaves Anti-DACA Lawsuit Hanging By a Thread

Lost amidst coverage of recent immigration reform proposals was a ruling issued last Friday in Kris Kobach’s legal crusade against the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The lawsuit, filed last summer in a federal court in Dallas, alleges the program violates an obscure provision of the immigration laws that supposedly prohibits immigrants who […]

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Immigration Expert Exposes Legal Flaws in Anti-DACA Lawsuit

Immigration Expert Exposes Legal Flaws in Anti-DACA Lawsuit

Shortly after the administration began accepting applications under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Kris Kobach—the author of Arizona SB 1070 and other notorious state immigration laws—filed a lawsuit on behalf of ten disgruntled immigration agents seeking to halt the program in its tracks.  The lawsuit has largely been viewed as a politically […]

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