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Gomez v. Trump FAQ
We address questions about diversity visas, family-based immigration, and employment-based visas since a judge issued a preliminary injunction for part of Trump's immigration ban.
Court orders State Department to Reserve Another 9K Diversity Visas for 2020 The order also grants class certification for all 2020 Diversity Visa winners who do not have visas yet due to the President’s Immigration Ban.Read More
Court Issues Amended Preliminary Injunction Order Stopping Quarantine Requirement for Diversity Visa WinnersRead More
Court Orders Government to Allow Diversity Visa Lottery Winners InRead More
Civil Rights Coalition Files Motion for Preliminary Injunction to Halt Immigration Ban Motion includes 27 declarations from individual and organizational plaintiffs, economics and public health experts, and an organization representing hundreds of major employers Declarations in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction for Gomez v. Trump Individual Plaintiffs Organizational Plaintiffs Additional Evidentiary DeclarationsRead More
Individuals, Employers and Organizations Join to File First Lawsuit Challenging Entirety Of Trump’s Immigration BanRead More
Civil Rights Coalition Files Emergency Request for Temporary Restraining Order On June 2, 2020, Justice Action Center (JAC), American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and the Innovation Law Lab, with pro bono assistance from Mayer Brown LLP, filed an emergency request to the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia, requesting a temporary restraining order…Read More
Civil Rights Coalition Files Lawsuit to Protect Families from Decades of Separation Families Will Be Unable To Reunite Within Their Lifetime Due To President Trump’s ProclamationRead More
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