PRESS CALL: Previewing the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Hearing on Emergency Stay Around DHS’ Immigration Actions
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Washington, D.C. — On Friday, April 17, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals will hold a hearing on the emergency stay around the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration actions. To preview the hearing and offer insights into the pending litigation, as well as to discuss new analysis published by the Center for American Progress that explores the implications to the ongoing case of the recent 5th Circuit Court decision in the case that challenged the implementation of the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in Mississippi, CAP hosted a Press Conference on Thursday, April 16, at 12:30 p.m. ET.
Participants included Marshall Fitz, Vice President for Immigration Policy at the Center for American Progress, Stephen Legomsky, John S. Lehmann University Professor at the Washington University School of Law and former chief counsel of USCIS in the Department of Homeland Security, and Ian Millhiser, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.
Stephen Legomsky, John S. Lehmann University Professor at the Washington University School of Law and former Chief Counsel of USCIS in the Department of Homeland Security
Ian Millhiser, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Marshall Fitz, Vice President of Immigration Policy, Center for American Progress
Thursday, April 16, 2015
12:30 p.m. ET
Conference title: Previewing 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Hearing on Deferred Action
Conference ID: 3023709
For more information, please contact Tanya S. Arditi at email@example.com or 202.741.6258.
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