Category: LEGAL & JUDICIAL

Hogan vetoes bills backed by immigration advocates

Originally Published in The Washington Post Brian Witte - May 26, 2021 FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2020, file photo, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan speaks during a news conference on Thursday, in Annapolis, Md. Hogan vet ...

Supreme Court rules against immigrant who was deported for long ago DUI conviction

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times David G. Savage - May 24, 2021 The Supreme Court building in Washington. (J. Scott Applewhite / AP) WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court made it harder Monday for ...

DOJ faces call to reverse Trump rule increasing fees in immigration court

Originally Published in The Hill Rebecca Beitsch - May 21, 2021 © Getty Images The Biden administration is under pressure to scrap a last-minute Trump-era rule that dramatic ...

DACA recipients launch legal battle to clear hurdles from the ultimate goal: citizenship

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times Andrea Castillo - May 12, 2021 DACA recipient Miriam Delgado and her daughter Aleha Esquivel, 7, at their home in Whittier. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times) ...

“Is Stephen Miller still in charge?”: Biden’s first immigration court appointees are all Trump picks

Originally Published in Salon Igor Derysh - May 11, 2021 “This is a list I would have expected out of Bill Barr or Jeff Sessions,” says former longtime immigration judge U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks ...

Schumer Readies Plan B to Push Immigration Changes Unilaterally

Originally Published in The New York Times Luke Broadwater - May 3, 2021 Should bipartisan talks stall, the Senate majority leader is exploring trying to use budget reconciliation to legalize millions of undocume ...

Supreme Court sides with undocumented immigrant fighting deportation

Originally Published in ABC News Devin Dwyer - April 29, 2021 The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant seeking to challenge his removal from the U.S. by immigration authorities. ...

An unusual coalition as Supreme Court rules for immigrant

Originally Published in The Washington Post Mark Sherman - April 29, 2021 WASHINGTON — An unusual coalition of Supreme Court justices joined Thursday to rule in favor of an immigrant fighting deportatio ...

Gorsuch’s textualism gives immigrant a chance to challenge deportation

Originally Published in CNN Ariane de Vogue - April 29, 2021 (CNN) Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, joined by an unusual alignment of conservative and liberal justices, ruled in favor of a 'nonpermanent reside ...

Supreme Court won’t let Texas immediately defend Trump-era immigration rule

Originally Published in CNN Ariane de Vogue and Priscilla Alvarez - April 26, 2021 The Supreme Court on Monday denied, for now, a bid by Texas and 13 other states to defend a controversial Trump-era rule that makes ...

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