3rd Circ. Revives Suit Slamming ICE Immigration Sting

By Rose Krebs (August 15, 2019, 10:04 PM EDT) -- The Third Circuit on Thursday revived a suit filed by prospective students who enrolled in a fake New Jersey university set up as part of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement sting, saying more judicial review of the termination of the plaintiffs' visa status is warranted.

In a precedential decision, a three-judge panel reversed and remanded a New Jersey District Court ruling from October 2017 that tossed a proposed class action filed by a group of students who were accused of visa fraud after enrolling in the bogus University of Northern New Jersey and having their visa status terminated.

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