DHS Knocks Citation Of Exec. Action Ruling In H-4 Visa Suit
Law360, New York (November 30, 2015, 10:17 PM EST) -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security blasted a claim by a computer worker group that the Fifth Circuit's recent ruling against the president's immigration actions helps its case against a rule allowing H-4 visa holders to work, telling a D.C. federal court on Wednesday that the cases address different questions.
DHS criticized an assertion by computer worker group Save Jobs USA that the Fifth Circuit's recent decision to affirm a block against President Barack Obama's executive actions supports its position that the agency has gone beyond its power by defining categories of immigrants who can work in the U.S.
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