Justice Action Center Files Lawsuit to Obtain Critical Information for DACA Recipients as They Await Supreme Court Decision On Friday January 10th, a Lawsuit was filed in response to government’s lack of response to FOIA requests. JAC seeks information on federal government policy changes in the processing of DACA renewal applications that is causing delays…Read More
Lawsuit Filed Against Justice Department Demanding Three Children Be Reunited with Family On Tuesday, March 17th, the Justice Action Center (JAC) and the Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR) Coalition, with pro bono support from O’Melveny & Myers LLC, filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice, demanding that three children who are currently separated from…Read More
Letter to Supreme Court on DACA and COVID-19 Today, the legal team for Batalla Vidal – one of the cases challenging the Trump Administration’s attempt to end the DACA program – filed a supplemental letter with the United States Supreme Court discussing the tremendous impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Court’s decision. DACA healthcare…Read More
Class Certification Granted in Challenge to Presidential Health Care Ban On April 7, 2020, the federal district court in Portland, Oregon granted class certification in our lawsuit, Doe v. Trump, challenging President Trump’s October 4 proclamation requiring legal immigrants to prove they hold an “approved” health insurance plan, or can pay for health care out of pocket,…Read More
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