immigration law marriage - Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Panel to Hear Arguments of Executive Action Today
A three-judge panel from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is defined to hear oral arguments concerning President Obama’s executive action today. The panel will settle if the administration’s programs to shield around 5 million individuals from deportation is going in effect despite an injunction from a federal judge.
Background.On November 20, 2014, President barack obama announced a new Executive Action on immigration intended to protect parents of United States citizens and lawful permanents residents from deportation. The individuals entitled to these deferred action programs could be granted work permits, renewable every 36 months.