July 9, 2015
By Nathan Kopek and Miriam Jordan
Administration will make another attempt to persuade a federal appeals court to let it defer the deportations of millions of illegal immigrants
The Obama administration on Friday will make another attempt to persuade a federal appeals court to let it move forward with its plan to defer deportations for millions of undocumented immigrants.
If the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals doesn’t overturn a ruling by a lower-court judge, the immigration initiative could remain mired in a legal dispute beyond President Barack Obama’s term in office. … Read the full story by Nathan Koppel and Miriam Jordan.
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