Discussion in 'General discussion about executive action' started by djayash, Oct 1, 2015.
Trust me, they are happening.
Probably not, going by the governments stance. However, the case should be resolved soon otherwise the issuance of EAD/AP will become another issue that will be fought within the litigation. The point of TRO is also strategic. Put a lot of pressure on the government so they give up rather than go on fighting and keep getting bad press.
Will the TRO also compel USCIS to issue EAD and AP? Or does it only allow to file and USCIS can simply choose to hold it.
Looks like it. Whichever will give breaking news or will crash first. Remember 5/4??
That's good to hear...
That would have to be another motion to compel issuing of ead/ap
I don't go to trackkit, my friend ...I went to IV to see if there has been any updates on the Flower Campaign...
Btw, I am hoping between here, twitter and the court calendar
No wonder you lawyers get paid well...
I'm trying to get more memory added to my server today.
and of course, the occasional VB refresh..Just in case
Let it be good news and site crash... we can digest that...
Please don't...The few minutes your server crashes is my daddy time with my toddler daughter
There is nothing on Pacer beyond yesterdays TRO filing as of noon today. I doubt emergency hearings are not put on calendars.They just happen.
Any one see the litigation time in court calender?I dont see any info
Nice....even I have court calendar open on my browser since last 3 days. Don't know why ?
yesterday my boss called me at 5 PM, that I am getting promoted . I replied to him that we will talk later, I am doing something more important.
@ Ron, hope you are in touch with Greg and team... Do you know when the TRO hearing is or is in progress?
May be settlement?
Congrats dude...Don't you dare accept it and screw up your GC process....
In the meanwhile, could you just stop guests from browsing the forum during heavy traffic? presuming it is the RAM we are talking not storage memory.
The judge will most likely take it up at the end of his morning calendar, if today is a motion day. If he is in trial, he will likely take it up at the noon recess.
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