Don't Nix Challenge To Stalled Travel Waivers, Court Told
Law360 (October 15, 2018, 7:36 PM EDT) -- A putative class has asked a California federal court not to heed the federal government’s bid to toss a class action challenging its alleged failure to implement a waiver program for President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Members of the putative class told the Northern District of California on Friday it should hear their claims that the Trump administration has violated the Administrative Procedure Act, the Immigration and Nationality Act and their due process rights under the Constitution’s Fifth Amendment by failing to outline how nationals of the countries included in the travel ban may obtain waivers, according to their opposition brief....
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