I do not think that this is the 'final' word in this area. Things are warming up for the US Supreme Court to step in.
For people who don't know what you are talking about, here is a link to the case:
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I agree with the prior responder with an addition. As far as number three goes, it has economic and legal implications. Immigrant rights are a hot topic that should be playing out on the national level shortly.
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Immigration is a moving target and there are constant changes (more than the tax code) Do I agree with the court, no, and I am hopeful there is a swing for the better coming.
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