CLINIC Joins Amicus Brief Arguing for Fair Notice of Charges for Those Subjected to Migrant Protection Protocols

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March 25, 2020

The Board of Immigration Appeals, issued calls for amicus briefs in two cases where the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appealed immigration judges’ decisions to terminate cases, where the Notices to Appear did not specify the admission status of the respondents. CLINIC and five other organizations — AILA, Florence Immigrants Rights Project, Human Rights First, National Justice for Our Neighbors, and the Tahirih Justice Center — filed an amicus brief arguing that DHS must properly allege the respondent’s admission status or the immigration judge should terminate the proceedings.