Update: On November 2,2019 a federal judge in Oregon issues a temporary restraining order that delays implementation of the presidential proclamation related to health insurance discussed in this briefing. The order halts implementation of the proclamation for 28 days pending litigation challenging the proclamation.
Director of Legal and Social Services Kursten Phelps and Litigation Counsel Richard Caldarone review an October 4 presidential proclamation that will prevent many immigrants from entering the country on certain immigrant visas unless they will be covered by “approved health insurance,” provides updates on litigation challenging the public charge rule, breaks down a new memo affecting BIA appeals, reviews U visa timelines, and provides other recent
updates in law and policy that might impact your pro bono cases.
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