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CASE ENTRY

Duron v. Johnson

Man with no criminal record who’s lived and paid taxes in the U.S. for 20 years is ordered deported in 2013, but ICE allows him to remain until 2017, when he’s told to leave for good. His U.S.-citizen children sue ICE officials, alleging violation of their right to familial association and selective removal of their father because of his Hispanic origin. Fifth Circuit: We can’t consider either claim.


Tags: 2018, Deportation, Fifth Circuit, ICE, Immigration

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