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This month, members of Congress have introduced bills that would codify protections for pregnant women in immigrant detention and revamp agricultural visa options, while a Nebraska law now in effect offers new legal recourse to neglected immigrant minors. Here, Law360 examines these latest legislative developments.
In a brief filed before the full Seventh Circuit reconsiders whether to uphold a national injunction barring the Trump administration from imposing new, immigration-focused grant conditions, the U.S. Department of Justice argued that the court should have limited the injunction to Chicago.
The Second Circuit said Friday that a Jamaican immigrant convicted of a New York state marijuana charge should not be classified as an aggravated felon under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
A California federal judge said Friday he won’t reconsider a decision allowing the government to revoke a Mexico native’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status amid suspicions he smuggled humans, finding federal authorities were in line with enforcement policies when they made the determination.
The European Commission has referred Hungary to the European Union’s highest court for failing to comply with EU asylum rules by implementing new legislation that criminalizes any assistance offered to asylum-seekers.