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A California federal court on Thursday issued a nationwide temporary restraining order preventing the government from deporting about 1,900 Cambodian nationals bringing a proposed class action suit seeking to contest their orders of removal in immigration court.
A panel of Eighth Circuit judges on Friday upheld a Board of Immigration Appeal’s decision enforcing a removal petition against a man who entered the United States illegally, upholding precedent finding that domestic violence is a crime of violence punishable by removal.
President Donald Trump on Friday criticized the nation’s visa lottery system during a speech before law enforcement officers in Virginia, saying that the process allows immigrants who are “the worst of the worst” to enter the U.S.
Countries whose citizens can travel to the U.S. without a visa will have to use U.S. counterterrorism information to better screen travelers and bolster aviation security measures, according to new restrictions on the U.S. Visa Waiver Program the Trump administration revealed Friday.
The Sixth Circuit upheld a Board of Immigration Appeals decision Thursday denying an asylum bid by a Salvadoran immigrant who argued the notorious Mara Salvatrucha gang has threatened to kill him, saying he failed to show that he’s been persecuted or that he reasonably fears persecution in the future.