On Saturday, September 6th, the White House announced the decision to postpone any administrative action until after the November elections. We did believe that such a delay could be precipitated by the political tensions between the parties and the upcoming elections. Greenberg Traurig will continue to monitor the developments coming from the White House and will continue to advocate for much needed reforms to the business immigration community.
Please see below for previous immigration reform coverage by Greenberg Traurig and continue to monitor Inside Business Immigration for reports on developments.
- Obama Administration Announces Plans to Advance Immigration Reform Through Executive Action
- Immigration Reform Efforts are Still Alive
- Leading Executives Urge Congress to Act Now on Immigration Reform
- Reasons for the House to Move Forward on Immigration Reform – Rebutting Common Excuses
- The President Calls on Congress to Pass Immigration Reform This Year During State of the Union Address
- There is Still Time for Immigration Reform