Biden to Announce a Promising Shift in Immigration Policy That Would Benefit Many Mixed Status Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, the Biden Administration will announce a set of immigration policies that include offering certain longtime undocumented spouses of US citizens temporary protection from deportation and work authorization. Below is a statement from Karen Tumlin, founder and director of Justice Action Center, who will be attending President Biden’s announcement at the […]

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Biden Kowtows to Extremists with Deadly Executive Order Further Decimating Asylum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, President Biden issued an executive order that would allow him to summarily deport people seeking safety.  Below is a statement from Karen Tumlin, founder and director at Justice Action Center: “Today’s announcement from the Biden Administration is a devastating move that would accomplish nothing except to further endanger the lives

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Litigation Tracker: 1 TX win, 1 TX loss, and 1 in which TX walks away

Summer is just around the corner, and with that are also some recent decisions coming out of Texas in extremist challenges to immigrant inclusive policies; see below for developments from May. As always, you can find more information about these and other cases on our microsite. Judge Tipton denies intervention in border wall dispute, enters

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Litigation Tracker: LA Judge Dismisses Suit Over Asylum Officer Regulation, Other Updates

See below for recent updates and upcoming decisions in extremist challenges to immigrant inclusive policies. As always, you can find more information about these and other cases on our microsite. 19-state challenge to asylum officer regulation dismissed for lack of standing Last week in the Western District of Louisiana, Judge Joseph dismissed for lack of

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Litigation Tracker: Border Wall Intervenors; Razor Wire Back to the Fifth; TX wants CHNV Do-over

In addition to its usual showers and unusual celestial events, this April has also brought several developments in extremist litigation challenge immigrant-inclusive policies; and as usual, most of those developments are out of federal courts in Texas. See below and our microsite for the latest.  Applying border wall injunction gets messy, could stiff third parties

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