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Lawsuit against Indian nationals against President Proclamation 10052 H-1B / H-4 Visa Ban Us Immigration

A group of 174 Indian nationals, including seven minor children, filed a lawsuit with the District of Columbia District Court against the President’s Decree 10052, which entered into force on June 24, 2020, and temporarily suspended certain H, J, and temporary entry L non-immigrants to the United States. The plaintiffs are seeking, inter alia, an order that Proclamation 10052 is unlawful, forcing DHS to make decisions regarding their pending applications for H-1B and H-4 visas, and DHS based, among other things, on the proclamation to oblige to refuse entry into the United States.

(Panda et al. v. Wolf et al., July 14, 20)

Keywords: H-1B, H-4, Proclamation of the President

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