Arguments for executive actions

After all threats Congress has made because President Obama has said he will take executive action on the subject of immigration, Obama knows that the measures taken will have a great opposition. So, his lawyers are carefully preparing legal arguments which are considered to be able to survive any challenge. The argument is this: Beyond failure to correct immigration laws, Congress has not even provided enough resources to the government to enforce the existing rules. There are about 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants in the United States, much of which the government could reasonably deport. The White House believes it has ample room to prioritize those who should be sent home. Republicans are also considering legal options to avoid what they see as an exagerated overreaching of the President. Check your immigration case calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.

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