This week in immigration news – July 22, 2021

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‘We’re tired of living like this’: DACA ruling leads to frustration and devastation for young undocumented immigrants

A federal judge in Texas recently ruled that the DACA program is illegal. While those people with DACA status are able to keep renewing, this ruling is crushing to thousands of young people whose cases were pending at the time of the decision.

D.C. Circuit: no court review when USCIS revokes visa approval

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit joined other federal appeals courts in saying that visa petition revocations cannot be reviewed in court.

ICE failed to send detainee with ‘urgent’ medical need to hospital who later died, watchdog finds

A person detained by an ICE facility in Mississippi died after they weren’t sent to the hospital for an urgent medical need. A report by the Department of Homeland Security inspector general found that the facility generally failed to meet ICE’s own standard of care during the course of the investigation in early 2021.

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