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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is set to resume a 2019 policy that expanded the definition of “expedited removal” to a broader scope of non-citizens who may be deported. The policy was halted by a court, but an appeals court lifted the injunction last month.
Background: ICE issued the notice of the expanded expedited removal July 23, 2019. Four days later, a U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. blocked the administUnration from implementing it. A federal appeals court reversed the lower court and the preliminary injunction was lifted last month, paving the way for ICE to implement the policy while the lawsuit proceeds.
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