Immediately after President Biden issued an executive order for a 100-day pause on most deportations, Texas sued, and obtained a temporary restraining order blocking that order from going into effect, with the court stating that immigration law requires DHS to remove all people with removal orders within 90 days.
What does this ruling mean for people who are in deportation? Is there anything that can be done? In this video I will discuss the impact of this court ruling.
Watch more videos:
Biden Orders 100-day Halt To Most Deportations. Could You Benefit? https://youtu.be/9ccU3w3PPNE
Kamala Harris outlines Biden’s “humane” immigration plan, including amnesty
How to Prepare for Biden’s Proposed Amnesty and Immigration Reforms https://youtu.be/3IAS35bKqXk
What is the difference between Executive Action and Immigration Laws? https://youtu.be/402k3LUtqjQ
Biden’s Immigration Reforms in His Own Words
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