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Huisha-Huisha v. Mayorkas

Last Update: November 15, 2022

What's at Stake

Groups that sued the Trump administration over Title 42 expulsions of asylum seekers headed back to court on August 2, 2021, after hitting an impasse in negotiations with the Biden administration to end the policy.


The American Civil Liberties Union, Texas Civil Rights Project, RAICES, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, Oxfam, ACLU of Texas, and ACLU of the District of Columbia are challenging the Title 42 expulsions. They are seeking an immediate halt to the policy, which restricts immigration at the border based on an unprecedented and unlawful invocation of the Public Health Service Act, located in Title 42 of the U.S. Code.

The policy was implemented during the Trump administration, in violation of longstanding immigration statutes requiring that asylum seekers receive a full and fair proceeding to determine their right to protection in the United States.

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