Featured Case: NIPNLG v. DHS, DOS, and ICE

We filed to obtain records documenting the reasons behind the government’s decision to terminate TPS for Haitians – a decision that imperils the well-being of 58,000 Haitians and their families in the U.S.

(January 2018)
The Administration’s decision to terminate Haitian TPS in November 2017 flies in the face of the U.S. government’s own statements about dangerous conditions in Haiti. Last week, the State Department released a travel advisory that suggested reconsidering travel to Haiti due to violent crime and unrest.

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Featured Case: Operation Mega

News outlets reported that ICE planned to execute a mass immigration enforcement operation called “Operation Mega” to apprehend noncitizens in mid-September 2017.

(November 2017)
Immigrant and civil rights groups around the country file lawsuit after ICE fails to disclose information regarding recent mass raids and threats of mass raids. Groups also highlight abuse of ICE agents and current harsh immigration enforcement tactics through coordinated events.

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NIPNLG v. DHS, DOS, ICE (TPS Haiti)

FOIA Complaint against DHS, ICE Re: Haiti Temporary Protected Status
New York State

Ragbir v. Homan

First Amendment Lawsuit Challenging the Targeting of Immigrant Rights Activists
Southern District of New York

NIPNLG v. ICE, DHS

(Mobile Biometrics lawsuit)
 

National Immigration Project v. Department of Homeland Security

Reinstatement Statistics and Policies
District of Massachusetts

Jennings v. Rodriguez

No. 15-1204
Prolonged Mandatory Detention

Lynch v. Dimaya

No. 15-1498
Vagueness in 18 U.S.C. § 16(b) Residual Clause

Ziglar v. Abbasi

Nos. 15-1358, 15-1359, 15-1363
Damages Actions and Immigration Detention

Lugo-Resendez v. Lynch

No. 14-60865 (5th Cir.)
Equitable Tolling and Motions to Reopen

Administrative FOIA Requests and Productions