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executive actions.  This recent move comes as a federal appeals court in new Orleans on Monday Nov. 10,
2015 upheld a Texas-based federal judge's injunction against the presidents executive actions.  

The executive orders were issued to protect from deportation the parents whose children are citizens of legal
permanent residents.  The Justice Department said it disagrees with the ruling and will appeal to the high
court.  "We strongly disagree with the 5th Circuit's decision. The Supreme Court and Congress have made it
clear that the federal government can set priorities in enforcing our immigration laws," the White House said in
a statement.  

A spokesman for the Justice Department said that the department "remains committed to taking steps that will
resolve the immigration litigation as quickly as possible" so the Department of Homeland Security can prioritize
"the removal of the worst offenders, not the people who have long ties to the United States and who are
raising American children."

As usual we will keep you informed as this situation develops.