WashTech Says Judge Got It Wrong In Visa Rule Challenge

By Rick Archer (October 5, 2016, 8:11 PM EDT) -- A technology workers union hit back Wednesday in D.C. federal court against the government's claim it has no standing to sue over the newest work rule for student visa holders, arguing a judge got it wrong in the September decision the government cited in support.

The Washington Alliance of Technology Workers argued that last month's ruling in Save Jobs USA v. Department of Homeland Security departed from "decades-old" precedent to deny standing to a different group of technology workers suing over visa rules and should not be applied to its case.

"Ass'n of Data Processing Service Orgs. v. Camp [of 1970]...

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