Waiting Game: Supreme Court Immigration Decision is Coming

All eyes are on the U.S. Supreme Court which has yet to rule on the three most controversial cases this session, one of them focused on immigration. The case before the court is from Texas, and a decision is expected Thursday or Monday, June 27.
Texas and several other states have challenged President Obama’s executive order that would shield roughly 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation and allow them to apply for work authorization. The high-profile case challenges the president’s executive authority in regulating immigration. Also at issue is the question of whether Texas  and the other states had legal standing to sue in the first place. Gordon Quan, a nationally recognized, 30-year immigration lawyer and founder of Quan Law Group, says:

This decision will not only define the role of the executive branch but will be President Obama’s last opportunity to address U.S. immigration policy.

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