In the Supreme Court of the United States, Matthew T. Albence, Acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, et al., petitioners, v. Maria Angelica Guzman Chavez, et al [electronic resource] : on writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit : brief of amicus curiae Immigration Reform Law Institute / Christopher J. Hajec, counsel of record, John M. Miano, counsel for amicus curiae.

At issue is which of two provisions of the Immigration and Nationalization Act applies to aliens facing reinstated removal proceedings: under one provision, they face mandatory detention until their case is decided, while under the other they may seek temporary freedom from detention.

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Main Authors: Hajec, Christopher J. (Author), Miano, John M. (Attorney) (Author)
Corporate Authors: Immigration Reform Law Institute (amicus curiae.), United States. Supreme Court, United States. Court of Appeals (4th Circuit)
Other Authors: Albence, Matthew T. (petitioner.), Guzman Chavez, Maria Angelica (Respondent)
Other title:In the Supreme Court of the United States, Tony H. Pham, et al., petitioners, v. Maria Angelica Guzman Chavez, et al., respondents.
HeinOnline index title: Brief amicus curiae of Immigration Reform Law Institute.
HeinOnline immigration law & policy in the U.S.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: [Washington, District of Columbia?] : [United States Department of Justice?], [2020]


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Call Number: KF229.G89 H35 2020i
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