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Judge rejects shutdown as reason to stay Baltimore immigration lawsuit

Baltimore City Hall

A federal judge declined to stay Baltimore’s lawsuit over changes to immigration rules, finding the “potential harm” alleged by the city justified keeping the case active despite the partial government shutdown that has left the government’s lawyers without funding. It ...

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Md. Court of Appeals ‘corrects’ criticism of intermediate court

The Court of  Appeals building.
(Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top court has removed its sharp criticism of the state’s intermediate tribunal from an order this month that a young Guatemalan immigrant be permitted to remain with his uncle in Lanham while applying for special U.S. residency ...

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Md. high court says youngster can apply for special immigrant status

The Court of Appeals builiding in Annapolis. MF-D 9/20/04.

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s top court has ordered that a young Guatemalan immigrant be permitted to remain with his uncle in Lanham while applying for special U.S. residency status and likely citizenship. In its three-page order Friday, the Court of Appeals ...

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Md. high court rules child can apply for special immigrant status

Maryland Court of Appeals (File Photo)

Maryland’s top court has ordered a young Guatemalan immigrant to be permitted to remain with his father in Baltimore while applying for special U.S. residency status and likely citizenship. The Court of Appeals on Friday cited “unrefuted” evidence that the ...

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