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A class-action lawsuit filed in federal court Thursday alleges that the Trump administration's ban on legal immigration in response to the COVID-19 pandemic unfairly separates parent from children who are on the cusp of turning 21 years old. ...
“This effort shows a complete disregard, or at the very least a failure to appreciate how our judicial system is supposed to work to provide a fair day in court. These recent efforts by this administration make it even clearer that our nation urgently needs an immigration court system that is independent, fair and impartial.” AILA Executive Director Benjamin Johnson stated. ...
AILA responded to the recent effort by EOIR Director McHenry to buy out the remaining pre-Trump administration BIA members and highlighted the continuing push by this administration to manipulate the functions of the BIA, underscoring the urgent need for an independent immigration court system.
A class-action lawsuit filed in federal court Thursday alleges that the Trump administration's ban on legal #immigration in response to the #COVID-19 #pandemic unfairly separates parent from children who are on the cusp of turning 21 years old. https://nbcnews.to/2yI0Mgq
“This effort shows a complete disregard, or at the very least a failure to appreciate how our judicial system is supposed to work to provide a fair day in court.” AILA Executive Director Benjamin Johnson stated. https://bit.ly/2AihmnC #immigrationnews #immigrationlawyer
The Trump administration is trying to further politicize the #immigration court system by undermining the credibility of the BIA - “Our nation urgently needs an immigration court system that is independent, fair and impartial.” http://ow.ly/iyLe50zSuQ9
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