Court Temporarily Halts Immigrant Health Insurance Requirement

Nov 4, 2019 | Immigration | 0 comments

On November 3, 2019, a Federal judge in Oregon issued a preliminary injunction halting the implementation of President Trump’s Presidential Proclamation preventing the entry of immigrants “who will financially burden the United States healthcare system.” The rule was set to become effective on November 3, 2019.  Ultimately, the court will decide, after a trial on the merits, whether the rule will be allowed to take effect.

For a more complete discussion of the Presidential Proclamation itself, see this earlier entry.



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