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Tag: Immigration and Nationality Act

TrumpvHawaii
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Trump v. Hawaii (Argument April 26, 2018)

Does the latest version of Trump’s travel ban violate federal law or the Constitution?

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SessionsvDimayaDecision
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Sessions v. Dimaya (Decision April 17, 2018)

Dimaya cannot be deported based on the INA’s definition of “crime of violence” because the definition is too vague.

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JenningsvRodriguezDecision
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Jennings v. Rodriguez (Decision February 27, 2018)

The Supreme Court will not use “Constitutional Avoidance” to imply that noncitizen detainees have the right to bond hearings after being held for a certain amount of time.

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JenningsvRodriguez
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Jennings v. Rodriguez (Argument October 3, 2017)

Are noncitizen entitled bond hearings when detained 6 months or more awaiting a decision on deportation?

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The law for criminal deportation: is it too vague?

The Immigration and Nationality Act says foreign residents who serve time twice for a “crime of violence” can be deported. Is the definition of “crime of violence” well enough defined, or does it violate the Constitution? 

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The Travel Ban case explained

Learn the basic arguments on each side and the rulings of the lower courts.

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