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Tag: immigration

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DHS v. Regents of the University of California (Decision June 18, 2020)

Can a court question DHS’s termination of the DACA program?

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California v. DHS – The Public Charge Rule Lawsuit

Are the 2019 Public Charge Rules valid?

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U.S. Department of Commerce v. New York (Decision June 27, 2019)

Did the federal government violate law when it added a citizenship question to the Census?

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Can Trump build the border wall without Congress’ approval?

Border Wall: Can the executive waive federal laws and spend federal money without Congress?

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Sanctuary Cities

What are sanctuary cities? Sanctuary cities are local governments that refuse to help the federal government enforce immigration policy. The tug-of-war The federal government and …

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Kravitz v. United States Department of Commerce (Maryland Federal Court)

Can the government ask people about citizenship on the Census?

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The Flores Settlement: setting standards on child detention since 1997

Learn about the Flores Settlement: the law setting standards on child detention.

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Trump v. Hawaii (Decided June 26, 2018)

Trump’s third version of the travel ban is not likely to violate federal law or the Constitution. The 9th Circuit’s decision halting the order is reversed.

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Pereira v. Sessions (Decided June 21, 2018)

A notice to appear under the deportation rule must include time and place. Pereira’s notice was inadequate and thus did not end his period of living continuously in the U.S.

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Pereira v. Sessions (Argument April 23, 2018)

Will a noncitizen’s period of living continuously in the U.S. end with a notice of a hearing that doesn’t include time and place?

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