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AILA Doc. No. 21012634 | Dated February 23, 2021 | File Size: 786 KDownload the Document
The district court granted Texas’s motion for preliminary injunction, prohibiting the government from enforcing or implementing the 100-day pause of removals as outlined in the January 20, 2021, memorandum.
The order states:
This Order does not prohibit the Government from carrying out or adhering to the January 20 Memorandum’s other sections, entitled “A. Comprehensive Review of Enforcement Policies and Priorities,” “B. Interim Civil Enforcement Guidelines,” or “D. No Private Right Statement.”
Granting Texas’s request, the Southern District of Texas, Victoria Division extended the TRO for another 14 days until February 23, 2021.
The Southern District of Texas, Victoria Division, issued a Temporary Restraining Order to enjoin the government from executing the 100-day pause on the removal of individuals already subject to a final Order of Removal, as outlined in the DHS memo on January 20, 2021. The government is enjoined from executing this pause for 14 days. (State of Texas v. USA, et al., 1/26/21)
Note: The TRO applies only to the moratorium and does not impact the enforcement priorities set forth in DHS's January 20, 2021, memo.
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