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AILA Doc. No. 21040834 | Dated April 7, 2021 | File Size: 1000 KDownload the Document
AILA and partners filed a complaint on behalf of a class of noncitizens who have been prevented from entering the U.S. due to an unlawful suspension of visa processing. (Kinsley, et al., v. Blinken, et al., 4/7/21)
The complaint states:
Defendants have unlawfully relied on certain suspensions on entry that apply to individuals who were physically present in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the People’s Republic of China, the Federative Republic of Brazil, South Africa, the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the Schengen area of Europe (“designated countries”) during the 14-days prior to seeking entry. These regional entry bans based on presence allow for entry after the individual has remained outside the designated countries for 14 days. However, Defendants have refused to issue visas to Plaintiffs which would allow them to quarantine in a third country for fourteen days prior to seeking entry.
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