Amicus Brief Challenging Consular Non-reviewability Doctrine

AILA amicus brief including case examples filed with the Ninth Circuit challenging the consular non-reviewability doctrine and a visa denial because the applicant had tattoos, and to reaffirm that the “facially legitimate and bona fide reason” standard requires meaningful inquiry by lower courts.

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 14051544.

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