VICTORY ON HEALTH CARE BAN
On November 26, 2019, the U.S. District Court in the District of Oregon issued a universal preliminary injunction preventing the Trump Administration from implementing or enforcing the President’s health care ban — a proclamation that requires immigrants to prove that they have health insurance within 30 days or can pay for medical care before they are granted visas. In late October, our litigation team filed a lawsuit, Doe v. Trump, to stop the ban. Below you can find the court order blocking the ban, our motion, and the initial lawsuit.
Opinion and Order (11/26/2019)
Order on TRO Doe v. Trump (11/2/19)
Motion for Temporary Restraining Order (11/1/19)
Doe v. Trump (10/30/19)
PETITION FOR WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS AND COMPLAINT FOR DECLARATORY AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
This habeas petition challenges the unlawful detention of a young man who, on the day he turned eighteen, was taken from a youth shelter with shackles around his wrists and ankles and sent to a maximum security jail facility that was intended to detain suspected gang members, individuals with violent convictions and people with mental health issues. Although his asylum pro bono attorney submitted documentation to ICE showing that he had a US citizen couple ready to sponsor him and offer him a safe home, ICE placed him in adult detention, in violation of a law that requires ICE to consider placing newly turned adults like Jose in the "least restrictive setting possible."
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