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Breaking: Judge Blocks Biden Admin from Ending Title 42

U.S. District Judge Robert Summerhays in Lafayette, Louisiana, ordered that the restrictions stay in place while a lawsuit led by Arizona and Louisiana — and now joined by 22 other states — plays out in court. . . . Read more about Breaking: Judge Blocks Biden Admin from Ending Title 42

Victory! Florida Catch and Release Case Presses On

WASHINGTON—After the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) has filed a friend-of-the-court brief arguing against the dismissal of a Florida case challenging the Biden Administration’s policy of releasing illegal aliens into the United States rather than detaining or removing them, the federal district court hearing the case ordered the administration to respond to IRLI’s arguments. . . . Read more about Victory! Florida Catch and Release Case Presses On

Merrick Garland Provides Criminal Illegal Aliens with New 'Mental Health' Card to Get Out of Deportation

At this rate, anyone who infiltrates the borders will get to stay in the country permanently.

In a decision Monday, Attorney General Merrick Garland authorized judges to consider the “mental health” of illegal alien criminals when deciding if they’re going to be deported. . . . Read more about Merrick Garland Provides Criminal Illegal Aliens with New 'Mental Health' Card to Get Out of Deportation

What did Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson say about Immigration in her Confirmation Hearing?

Despite being on the forefront of many American’s minds in 2022, immigration was sparingly discussed during Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearing this week. Three immigration-related questions were asked, however, that could shed light on how Judge Jackson would influence immigration policy as a Supreme Court justice. . . . Read more about What did Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson say about Immigration in her Confirmation Hearing?

Sanctuary State Oregon to Spend $15M in Taxpayer Dollars Helping Illegal Aliens Avoid Deportation

The sanctuary state of Oregon is set to spend $15 million in state taxpayer money helping illegal aliens stay in the United States by evading deportation. . . . Read more about Sanctuary State Oregon to Spend $15M in Taxpayer Dollars Helping Illegal Aliens Avoid Deportation

What did Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson say about Immigration in her Confirmation Hearing?

Despite being on the forefront of many American’s minds in 2022, immigration was sparingly discussed during Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearing this week. Three immigration-related questions were asked, however, that could shed light on how Judge Jackson would influence immigration policy as a Supreme Court justice. . . . Read more about What did Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson say about Immigration in her Confirmation Hearing?

Federal Court Rules Against Biden Enforcement Restrictions

This week, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio blocked the Biden administration’s immigration enforcement policy guidance that restrains U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) from enforcing immigration law in nearly all circumstances. . . . Read more about Federal Court Rules Against Biden Enforcement Restrictions

Victory! Biden Non-Enforcement Enjoined Nationwide

WASHINGTON—Today an Ohio federal district court granted a preliminary injunction, sought by Arizona, Montana, and Ohio, against the Biden administration policy of detaining and removing far fewer criminal aliens than had the previous administration. . . . Read more about Victory! Biden Non-Enforcement Enjoined Nationwide

Court Rules US Can’t Use CDC Order to Expel Illegal Aliens to Countries Where They May Be Harmed

After questioning the effectiveness of a pandemic-related public health order that allows the government to continue summarily expelling illegal aliens from the United States, a federal appeals court unanimously ruled . . . Read more about Court Rules US Can’t Use CDC Order to Expel Illegal Aliens to Countries Where They May Be Harmed

Biden Tries to Revive DACA on Appeal

WASHINGTON—Yesterday, the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Texas and other states suing to end the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). . . . Read more about Biden Tries to Revive DACA on Appeal

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