Comment: Judge Stays Visa Revocations
A federal judge has enjoined and restrained the United States Executive Branch from revoking (provisionally or otherwise) all immigrant visas for the 7 countries identified in the President's Executive Order. Even should the United States seek emergency interlocutory appeal to the 9th circuit, it is likely that at least a week will elapse before such appeal can be decided. In the interim, it is entirely possible that many affected visa holders can travel safely to the United States. For this, and other fast-breaking developments, see below.
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The Book Contents: Removal Proceedings; Grounds of Deportability; Grounds of Inadmissibility; Contesting Removability; Adjustment of Status; Waivers of Inadmissibility and Deportability in Removal Proceedings; Section 212(c) Relief and Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents; Cancellation and Suspension for Non-Permanent Resident Aliens; Asylum: Withholding of Removal and Protection Under the Convention Against Torture; Voluntary Departure; Naturalization as a Defense to Removal; Administrative Review of Removal Orders; Chapter 13: Judicial Review of Removal Orders; Removal Issues Outside the United States
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