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Illegals File Suit Against DHS to Stop Deportations

Thursday, 13 Nov 2014 07:56 AM

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A group of illegal immigrants have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security demanding that deportations be halted until President Barack Obama clarifies his amnesty plans, The Washington Post reported.

The National Day Laborer Organizing Network, the advocacy group behind the lawsuit, wants deportations frozen and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
program expanded.

The group had filed a petition in February with DHS demanding the "temporary suspension of deportations for the millions of undocumented immigrants who would likely benefit from near–term congressional action on immigration."

It says DHS has a legal obligation under the Federal Administrative Procedure Act not to ignore its pleading.

"What the law says is, they have to respond in a reasonable amount of time," according to National Day Laborer Organizing Network attorney Jessica Karp Bansal. "In a case like this where peoples' lives are at stake, nine months is clearly unreasonable," the Post reported.

The president has promised executive action before the end of 2014 if Congress does not act, and the lawsuit is aimed at pushing the administration forward.


"This point is an important moment to push for action because the administration has made so many statements that they're going to act, but they keep delaying and delaying," said Thomas Fritzche, another attorney involved in the case.

Leading up to the midterm elections, members of the network heckled Obama on several occasions as he campaigned for Democratic candidates, calling on him to stop deportations of illegal immigrants, Politico reported.

The group complained in its petition that the rate of deportations "has skyrocketed" to nearly 2 million expulsions, "with more deportations occurring in the past 10 years than in the previous 110 years combined."

Homeland Security did not comment on the lawsuit, the Post reported.



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Ow this is priceless!!!

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lol...

The only country where illegals have more rights than legals.

Why don't these illegals start following the country laws first!


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The law affords them the right to file a lawsuit. They are following the law in that regards...

lol...

The only country where illegals have more rights than legals.

Why don't these illegals start following the country laws first!


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The law affords them the right to file a lawsuit. They are following the law in that regards...

Yes. They take advantage of one law that helps their (unworthy) cause, while breaking a multitude of others. Bravo!

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The law affords them the right to file a lawsuit. They are following the law in that regards...

Then it is a stupid law that afford the illegal to exploit.


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It is certainly not a stupid law. It's the same law that affords you and I and others, the right to redress our grievances. I don't think it is being exploited either, and I will reserve judgment until the suit is over. At that point we will be able to assess how well our legal system works.

Then it is a stupid law that afford the illegal to exploit.


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The law doesn't allow us to file a lawsuit against the embassies. They are blocked with the doctrine of consular non-reviewability.

Why do they get to do something we can't do.

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Good for you. The embassies represent several US agencies. If you have a specific issue with the USCIS you should sue the agency.

You sue the auto maker, not the dealership.

The law doesn't allow us to file a lawsuit against the embassies. They are blocked with the doctrine of consular non-reviewability.

Why do they get to do something we can't do.


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Good for you. The embassies represent several US agencies. If you have a specific issue with the USCIS you should sue the agency.

You sue the auto maker, not the dealership.

You should be able to sue the ones that did you wrong. Can't bring suit against USCIS if they are not the ones that lied about our inadmissibility.

If I can let me know.

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Alas, you should. If you can prove a consular officer did something illegal while serving as an agent for the USCIS you can sue. The problem you'll have in making a case is the cost it will take you to serve all the subpoenas and obtain all the depositions you would need in order to have a winning case. However, if you've got deep pockets it is not out of your reach.

You should be able to sue the ones that did you wrong. Can't bring suit against USCIS if they are not the ones that lied about our inadmissibility.


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Alas, you should. If you can prove a consular officer did something illegal while serving as an agent for the USCIS you can sue. The problem you'll have in making a case is the cost it will take you to serve all the subpoenas and obtain all the depositions you would need in order to have a winning case. However, if you've got deep pockets it is not out of your reach.

Mmmm hmmmmmm I need to investigate this more. I was told it was better to fit it in the I-601 waiver

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However, if you've got deep pockets it is not out of your reach.

Alas, if Janelle had deep pockets she would not be shopping for a bargain spouse outside of the US. :devil:

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