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The Tenth Circuit on Tuesday barred a Kansas veteran from sponsoring his adopted daughter for a green card, finding that a legal provision allowing "legitimated" children to get visas through their parents is limited to biological children.
Three Minnesota residents sued the federal government Tuesday alleging it has neglected its obligation to consider the environmental impacts of immigration to the U.S. for decades and "turned a blind eye" to how population increases jeopardize natural resources.
A divided D.C. Circuit panel refused to halt construction of President Donald Trump's border wall on Monday, overriding claims from Native American groups that the project is irreversibly destroying significant archeological sites, in violation of federal law.
A financial investment firm has beaten back a suit brought by CoreCivic Inc. over allegedly false claims about the private prison company's role in the separation of immigrant families, after a California district judge permanently dismissed the suit and found the statements in question were "true enough."
A New Jersey federal judge on Monday certified a class of Elizabeth Detention Center immigrant detainees who allege the government has violated federal COVID-19 safety guidelines by holding them in cramped quarters that are allegedly perfect for spreading the virus, but held off on deciding the merits of the claims.