Presidential Executive Action on Immigration: Overview and Issues

David Ferguson (Editor)

Series: Immigration in the 21st Century: Political, Social and Economic Issues
BISAC: POL029000

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President Obama announced in June 2014 that he would seek “to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own” through administrative action. It seems likely that such actions will prompt heated legal debate concerning the scope of the Executive’s discretionary authority over immigration matters, including with respect to the enforcement of immigration-related sanctions and the granting of immigration benefits or privileges.

On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced his Immigration Accountability Executive Action which revises some U.S. immigration policies and initiates several programs, including a revised border security policy for the Southwest border; deferred action programs for some unauthorized aliens; revised interior enforcement priorities; changes to aid the entry of skilled workers; the promotion of immigrant integration and naturalization; and several other initiatives the President indicated would improve the U.S. immigration system. This book provides an overview of the executive action on immigration, and well as discusses the issues involved. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Executive Discretion as to Immigration: Legal Overview (pp. 1-38)
Kate M. Manuel and Michael John Garcia

Chapter 2 - The Obama Administration‘s November 2014 Immigration Initiatives: Questions and Answers (pp. 39-72)
Kate M. Manuel

Chapter 3 - The President‘s Immigration Accountability Executive Action of November 20, 2014: Overview and Issues (pp. 73-118)
William A. Kandel, Jerome P. Bjelopera, Andorra Bruno and Alison Siskin

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