Monday, October 21, 2019

Supreme Court Accepts Review in Three Immigration Cases in October Alone

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Immigration looms large on the Supreme Courts October 2019 Term.

Bender's Immigration News notes that, with the two cases that the Supreme Court decided to review last Friday and one earlier in October, the Court has three new immigration cases on the docket:

Three immigration cases are now on the docket:

Nasrallah v. Barr

Department of Homeland Security v. Thuraissigiam

United States v. Sineneng-Smith.  Cyrus Mehta writes about Sineneng-Smith here: Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Constitutionality of Smuggling Statute That Could Impact Immigration Lawyers.

Already the Court has heard oral argument in Kansas v. Garcia (state preemption of immigration and state identity fraud law) and soon will heaar arguments in Hernandez v. Mesa (border shooting case) and the conso0lidated DACA cases.


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