Analysis

The Biggest Immigration Cases Of 2016

Law360, New York (December 16, 2016, 3:30 PM EST) -- There was no shortage of immigration litigation this year, with the U.S. Supreme Court deadlocking in the case over Obama’s executive actions, federal securities regulators bringing a major suit over alleged EB-5 visa program fraud, and courts hearing challenges to work authorization rules for immigrants.

Here, Law360 looks back at some of the biggest immigration cases from 2016.

The Executive Action Showdown: United States v. Texas

Without a doubt, one of the biggest immigration cases this year was U.S. v. Texas, the blockbuster legal dispute over President Barack Obama’s executive actions, which would have allowed potentially millions of immigrants to defer...

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