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Injunction Against the Dysfunction of Family Detention

Injunction Against the Dysfunction of Family Detention

Artesia. Karnes. Dilley.  Before the administration decided it would be a great idea to lock up Central American women and children fleeing from persecution, these towns were unknown.   Artesia was the hometown of our government’s rejuvenation of family detention.  The makeshift facility, warmly referred to by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) as the Artesia Family Residential Center, was the hub of so many human rights violations that it was ultimately shut down. 
After Hanen: How Parole Could Solve the Administration's Executive Action Quandary

After Hanen: How Parole Could Solve the Administration’s Executive Action Quandary

The Texas judge’s decision to enjoin the government from implementing DAPA and extended DACA has brought the administration’s executive action program to a screeching halt just as thousands were getting ready to file for extended DACA today, February 18, 2015.  Instead, people are trying to unearth the procedures for seeking a “stay of the stay” at the Fifth Circuit. 
What the Injunction of DAPA and DACA Executive Action Means

What the Injunction of DAPA and DACA Executive Action Means

Judge Andrew Hanen First thing to know about the decision of the Texas judge who decided that DAPA and expanded DACA were illegal- DON’T PANIC!  Keep collecting documents.  This is a bump in the road, but is by no means final. What happened yesterday? A Texas judge granted a preliminary injunction to 26 states who sued the Obama administration over the executive action program.