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AILA Doc. No. 17012904 | Dated February 3, 2017
The court issued a memorandum and order, declining to impose any injunctive relief and did not renew the temporary restraining order that is set to expire on Sunday, February 5, 2017, that was entered on January 29, 2017. (Louhghalam v. Trump, 2/3/17)
An amended petition for habeas corpus and complaint was filed adding additional plaintiffs, including lawful permanent residents, F-1 student visa holders, and Oxfam America, Inc. (Louhghalam v. Trump, 2/1/17)
The court issued a Temporary Restraining Order, effective for seven days, and held that the respondents must limit screening to comply with the regulations and statutes in effect prior to the Executive Order, prohibited respondents from removing or detaining affected individuals, and ordered CBP to notify airlines. (Louhghalam v. Trump, 1/29/17)
Petitioners, two lawful permanent resident Iranian nationals detained at Logan Airport as a consequence of the Executive Order, filed a petition for habeas corpus and complaint in federal court. (Louhghalam v. Trump, 1/28/17)
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17012904.
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