Monday, February 1, 2021
The Biden admin asked SCOTUS to delay cases on the former admin's border wall (https://t.co/EvwZW8eSLk) and Remain in Mexico policy (https://t.co/siQptegDYc).— Suzanne Monyak (@SuzanneMonyak) February 1, 2021
Other pending immigration cases at SCOTUS include public charge and grant conditions for "sanctuary" jurisdictions
Details to follow.
UPDATE (2/3) Amy Howe offers details on SCOTUSBlog. She explains:
"An already thin February argument calendar will likely become even lighter before the session begins on Feb. 22. Acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar asked the Supreme Court on Monday to remove two cases scheduled for argument during the February session from the argument calendar, citing changes in policy that President Joe Biden announced on his first day in office."
UPDATE (Feb. 4): The Court took the cases off the February oral argument calendar.