June 9, 2020
By Matthew Vadum
The Supreme Court agreed June 8 to review the refugee case of a Guatemalan national facing deportation who argues that U.S. immigration authorities failed to follow proper procedure in his case.
Cited as Niz-Chavez v. Barr, the case is an appeal from the Cincinnati-based 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. As is its custom, the Supreme Court didn’t explain why it agreed to review the case. The Trump administration favors deportation in the case. Read the full story at The Epoch Times.
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