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Filazapovich et al. v. Dept. of State
"For the foregoing reasons, the court (1) grants the Goh Plaintiffs summary judgment ontheir claims that the No-Visa Policy is contrary to law and Defendants unreasonably delayed theirvisa applications; (2) denies the Goh Defendants’ motion for summary judgment except as toPlaintiffs who have already received their diversity visas; (3) denies the Filazapovich Plaintiffs’motion for a preliminary injunction; and (4) grants the Goodluck Plaintiffs’ motion for apreliminary injunction because they are likely to succeed on their claims that the No-Visa Policyis contrary to law, that Defendants unreasonably delayed and unlawfully withheld adjudication oftheir DV-2021 applications, and that Defendants’ prioritization policy is arbitrary and capriciousas applied to diversity visa applicants.The court orders as follows:...."