Appellate Briefs And Opinions

Immigration

  • Keller v. City of Fremont (8th Cir.) - Amicus

    • The Constitution and the Immigration and Nationality Act vest in the federal government exclusive authority to regulate immigration and to determine which aliens will be permitted to reside in the United States, and that the entirety of the housing provisions in the ordinance - including the provisions requiring individuals to report their immigration status to the City in order to obtain an occupancy license - impermissibly intrude on that authority

     

    Document Date 
    Petition for Rehearing Denied 10/17/13
    Brief as Amicus in Support of Petition for Rehearing En Banc 08/12/13
    Court of Appeals Decision, reported at 719 F.3d 931 06/28/13
    Brief as Amicus 08/31/12

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