DHS Loses Bid To Nix H-4 Work Rule Fight

By Matthew Bultman (July 2, 2015, 2:58 PM EDT) -- A fight between computer workers and the Department of Homeland Security over a new visa rule that allows certain immigrant spouses to get work permits will continue in D.C. federal court, after a judge refused to throw out the case Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan in a minute order denied the federal government's motion to dismiss the suit against the H-4 work rule, which is being brought by Save Jobs USA, a group created by individuals who used to work at electric company Southern California Edison.

Judge Chutkan in the same order Wednesday also denied the workers' motion for judgment...

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