DOJ denied last chance to save Obama’s immigration programs

By Lydia Wheeler The Department of Justice lost its last chance Monday to save President’s Obama’s immigration programs. Without any explanation, the Supreme Court decided not to rehear the administration’s appeal of a lower court order blocking the president’s attempt to shield...

New Front Opens In Ongoing Legal Battle Over Obama’s Immigration Actions

By Tierney Sneed In a not unexpected move, immigrant advocates filed a lawsuit Thursday taking on a federal court ruling that blocked President Obama’s 2014 executive actions providing deportation relief to certain undocumented immigrants. The lawsuit argues that the...

What It’s Like To Be College-Bound And Worried About Your Immigration Status

Mayte Lara Ibarra and Larissa Martinez had just finished their senior year of high school when they each decided to go public with their immigration status. Both Texas students came to the U.S. illegally, and they didn’t want to keep that fact a secret any longer. Ibarra...

White House Seeks Another Chance in Immigration Case

by Julián Aguilar The Obama administration on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider the legality of the president’s controversial immigration enforcement plan, which stalled last month when the high court deadlocked on an appeal. The program, known as Deferred...

‘Dreamers’ Fear Court Order Will Leave Them Vulnerable to Deportation

By Glenn Minnis (staff@latinpost.com) A growing group of “Dreamers” are expressing concern the information they supplied to the government in hopes of benefiting from the immigration executive actions once enacted by President Obama will now be used against them....

For Obama, Setbacks From a Divided Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court breaks for the summer this week, having dealt high-profile setbacks to President Barack Obama on issues important to his liberal legacy, notably on immigration and climate change. This will be the high court’s last full nine-month term of the...

Injunction on DAPA and DACA Expansion Stands with a 4-4 Supreme Court Decision

Today the U.S. Supreme Court decided the injunction on the Obama Administration’s DAPA and DACA expansion programs would remain in place while the Federal District Court hears and decides the principal matter at issue – whether the Obama Administration has the executive authority...
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