New Immigration Court Directive Could Weaken Due Process
The Trump administration released a memorandum this week–effective immediately–which orders the Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review (which manages the immigration courts) to prioritize deportation hearings for certain groups, including any non-citizens who are detained and unaccompanied children who do not have a sponsor.
Mass Deportations Under President Trump Would Devastate U.S. Families, Economy
Pursuing immigration enforcement on such a large scale would directly impact 6.6 million U.S.-born citizens.
Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch on Immigration
Judge Gorsuch’s record indicates that he is neither a staunch defender nor a harsh critic of immigrants’ rights. In his time on the bench, Judge Gorsuch has dealt with only a handful of prominent immigration law cases. Of those, he has ruled in favor of the immigrant slightly less than half of the time.
Meet the Plaintiffs Challenging the Discriminatory Nature of President Trump’s Muslim Ban
The ban violates Plaintiffs’ constitutionally protected rights to family, marriage, and equal protection under the law. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of United States citizens and lawful permanent residents who have filed visa petitions for their close family members who are nationals of the seven countries.
The Public Responds Loudly to President Trump’s Refugee and Muslim Ban
Opposition to Trump’s immigration agenda has been fast and furious.