The Lawsuit Against H-4 EAD Regulations

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A lawsuit has been filed against the H-4 EAD regulations.  I am attaching the complaint with my comments.  Follow my tweets for updates.  If you want to discuss this matter, join our next free community conference call on Thursday.  Details are here.

The attached document contains my preliminary comments, including:

1.  I think they have a weak case on merits.  See my detailed comments in the attached PDF.

2.  They have another case pending against the F-1 EAD regulations that was filed back in March 2014 and is still going on.

3.  They have not asked for immediate action from the court (like the one asked in the Texas case against DACA/DAPA).

 

 

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