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344 F. Supp. 3d 96 *; 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 213105 **; 2018 WL 6628081
GRACE, et al., Plaintiffs, v. MATTHEW G. WHITAKER,1 Acting Attorney General of the United States, et al., Defendants.
Prior History: Grace v. Sessions, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 137436 (D.D.C., Aug. 9, 2018)
credible, asylum, persecution, alien, policies, plaintiffs', social group, attorney general, determinations, Refugee, deference, interview, removal, directive, expedited, argues, immigration law, cases, immigration judge, membership, judicial review, agency's interpretation, general rule, gang, domestic violence, condoned, declarations, challenges, injunction, violates
Immigration Law, Deportation & Removal, Expedited Removal, Asylum, Refugees & Related Relief, Asylum, Eligibility for Asylum, Refugee Status, Eligibility for Refugee Status, Judicial Proceedings, Judicial Review, Discretionary Actions, Jurisdiction, Enforcement of Immigration Laws, Administrative Law, Administrative Record, Reviewability, Reviewable Agency Action, Civil Procedure, Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Jurisdiction Over Actions, Limited Jurisdiction, Agency Rulemaking, Agency Adjudication, Decisions, Stare Decisis, Governments, Legislation, Interpretation, Justiciability, Standing, Injury in Fact, Preliminary Considerations, Standing, Questions of Law, Judgments, Summary Judgment, Standards of Review, Abuse of Discretion, Arbitrary & Capricious Standard of Review, Deference to Agency Statutory Interpretation, Standards of Review, International Law, Individuals & Sovereign States, Asylum, Rule Interpretation, Remedies, Unlawful Procedures, Remedies, Injunctions, Grounds for Injunctions