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AILA Doc. No. 20090496 | Dated September 4, 2020 | File Size: 728 KDownload the Document
Litigators in the case celebrated the victory for all DV applicants and vowed to continue to fight for the rights of all immigrants. DV-2020 Selectees are encouraged to immediately request an emergency visa appointment at their local consulates and ask to be treated as “mission critical.” If they are either denied an appointment or don’t receive a timely response, they should complete this form from Innovation Law Lab.
Litigators from AILA, Justice Action Center, and Innovation Law Lab respond to the U.S. District Court for the District Columbia's preliminary injunction to stop the Trump administration from denying immigrant visas to 2020 diversity visa winners.
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