The Department of Homeland Security announced a policy that would force international students to leave the country or transfer if their universities went fully online. A week later, the rule was rescinded. What happened?
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On a short timeline, student immigration is not a national security issue. On a timeline measured in decades, it is.
A federal appeals court has upheld an injunction against a Trump administration asylum curb, finding that the measure conflicted with the immigration statute.
The decision carries implications for the rights of asylum-seekers facing expedited removal, the purpose of the writ of habeas corpus and the judiciary’s role in checking executive power.
As the pandemic goes on, lawsuits in federal courts have proliferated across the country challenging the inadequate response of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to the spread of the coronavirus.
As in the 2019 census case, Chief Justice John Roberts was not convinced by the administration’s justification for the policy change.
What should police focus on during and after the pandemic?
In a ruling on May 4, the Ninth Circuit denied the government's request for a stay of a nationwide preliminary injunction against a presidential proclamation barring admission of immigrants without "approved" health insurance. What’s in the opinion?
While the proclamation cites the impact of the novel coronavirus on U.S. jobs, the visa categories affected by the suspension have only a minimal effect on employment of citizens or lawful permanent residents.