Panel Video: Fighting Biden in Court


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The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021-2022 term is over, and its final ruling was on the "Remain in Mexico" case brought against the administration by the states of Texas and Missouri. But that is only one of a large number of immigration cases filed over the past year and a half since President Biden's inauguration. The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a conversation on immigration-related lawsuits brought against the Biden administration, at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 6. The discussion focused on specific cases being litigated as well as on how litigation has affected decision-making in the executive and how it might influence Congress's framing of legislation.

Participants brought a combination of immigration policy, legal, and government experience, both at the agency and congressional level, to the conversation. Ken Cuccinelli is a former Virginia Attorney General and former Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Joseph Edlow is a former Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and served in the executive office of the president and the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Policy. Andrew Arthur, the Center’s Resident Fellow in Law and Policy, is a former immigration judge and counsel on the House Judiciary Committee, where he performed oversight of immigration issues.


Ken Cuccinelli, Senior Fellow, Center for Renewing America

Joseph Edlow, Founder, The Edlow Group, LLC

Andrew Arthur, Resident Fellow in Law and Policy, Center for Immigration Studies

Date and Location:

July 6, 2022

Washington, DC

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Cuccinelli: The Removal of Title 42 Would Cause Border Surge


Cuccinelli: Immigration Regulations Should be Simplified


Cuccinelli: Title 52 Should be Last Pandemic Regulation Removed


Edlow: Memos Barred Internal Immigration Enforcement


Edlow: More States Should Join Lawsuits Against Administration