Today the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals held oral arguments in the cases of Georgia's HB87 and Alabama's HB56 anti-immigration laws. The oral arguments took several hours and the court was very interested and engaged and the justices asked many thoughtful questions.
The court is not going to rule on this soon, but planning to wait until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on the Arizona immigration law case. Arguments for that case are set for April 25.
It will be a while before we hear anything, and it all depends on the Supreme Court. The 11th Circuit cannot rule differently.