Unfortunately, State-Sponsored Lawsuit Keeping GA From Reaping the Benefits This year, the deadline for filing federal income taxes arrives on the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the U.S. v Texas immigration case. Tax Day is a reminder that for the good of our tax base, our overall economy, and millions… Continue »

Unfortunately, State-Sponsored Lawsuit Keeping FL From Reaping the Benefits This year, the deadline for filing federal income taxes arrives on the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the U.S. v Texas immigration case. Tax Day is a reminder that for the good of our tax base, our overall economy, and millions… Continue »

Unfortunately, State-Sponsored Lawsuit Keeping WI From Reaping the Benefits This year, the deadline for filing federal income taxes arrives on the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the U.S. v Texas immigration case. Tax Day is a reminder that for the good of our tax base, our overall economy, and millions… Continue »

Unfortunately, State-Sponsored Lawsuit Keeping AZ From Reaping the Benefits This year, the deadline for filing federal income taxes arrives on the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the U.S. v Texas immigration case. Tax Day is a reminder that for the good of our tax base, our overall economy, and millions… Continue »

Unfortunately, State-Sponsored Lawsuit Keeping TX From Reaping the Benefits This year, the deadline for filing federal income taxes arrives on the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the U.S. v Texas immigration case. Tax Day is a reminder that for the good of our tax base, our overall economy, and millions… Continue »

David Leopold, an immigration attorney and former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, has published his latest in a series of must-read assessments of the key questions, considerations, and implications of the U.S. v Texas immigration executive action case, to be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court on April 18. After predicting that the Republican plaintiffs’ case will be… Continue »

It’s no exaggeration to say that millions of lives are hanging in the balance as the Supreme Court is set to take up United States v Texas, the lawsuit blocking implementation of DAPA and expanded DACA. If the court rules in favor of the actions — and the legal basis is there, according to legal… Continue »

“DAPA Dinner” events are continuing to roll in, as Florida State Senator Darren Soto has announced that he will break bread with five immigrant families this Sunday as part of the ongoing campaign to discuss how DAPA and DACA+ would impact the lives of immigrant families across the US. We’ve been absolutely floored with the positive… Continue »

As David Leopold and many legal experts noted early on, it was no surprise when the Republican Governors and Attorneys General from 26 states ultimately settled on Judge Andrew Hanen of Texas when they were looking for a judge sympathetic to their political charade. Judge Hanen had already been ”an outspoken critic of the administration… Continue »

Amicus Briefs Underscore Political Nature Of Entire Challenge To Presidential Prerogative The news that Senate Republicans have joined their House colleagues in filing amicus briefs against the deferred action immigration policies in the U.S. v Texas Supreme Court case is not particularly revealing in and of itself.  After all, this is a Party that has voted multiple times to try to… Continue »