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CASE ENTRY

Doe v. Dordoni

Saudi undergraduate student at a U.S. university emails his adviser to ask whether it’s safe for him to enter the country on his current visa, and the adviser gives him the go-ahead despite the fact that a problem with the school’s computer system means the visa has actually been suspended. A hilarious mix-up—which results in the student spending a month in ICE detention. Can the adviser be sued for his role in the debacle? This Sixth Circuit panel says yes.


Tags: 2020, ICE, Immunity, Sixth Circuit

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