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LatinoJustice and Allied Latino National Organizations File Amicus Brief in Landmark Supreme Court Census Case

For Immediate Release

November 16, 2020

Contact: Elianne Ramos, 212-739-7513, [email protected]

Immigrant Defense Project Celebrates the Passage of the Protect Our Courts Act

For Immediate Release

July 22, 2020

For more information contact:

Rachel Cohen, [email protected], Immigrant Defense Project

Elianne Ramos, [email protected], LatinoJustice

Immigrant Defense Project Celebrates the Passage of the Protect Our Courts Act

New York State Legislature Passes Momentous Legislation: ICE Cannot Use Courts to Trap Immigrant New Yorkers

LatinoJustice Decries the Lifting of the Nationwide Injunction on the “Public Charge” rule

CONTACT: Christiaan Perez, cperez[@], 212-739-7581

LatinoJustice Applauds Second Federal Court Decision Dismissing Lawsuit Seeking to Challenge NY’s GreenLight Law

LatinoJustice is Monitoring Upstate County Clerk’s Processing of Immigrant New Yorkers Applications for Drivers Licenses to Ensure Compliance with the Law

LatinoJustice PRLDEF Applauds Federal Court Decision Dismissing GreenLight Law Legal Challenge

New York, NY –  Friday, Judge Elizabeth Wolford of the Federal District Court for the Western District of New York issued a 32-page Decision and Order dismissing Erie County’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionally of New York’s newly enacted Green Light Law which would permit non-citizen residents to obtain a drivers’ license in the case of Kearns v. Cuomo et al. Judge Wolford dismissed the case on jurisdictional grounds noting that Kearns as a county clerk failed to establish requisite legal standing to challenge the GreenLight Law.

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