U.S. Supreme Court Considers Two Different Immigration Scenarios
Are there limits to the government’s powers in expulsion of non-citizens and controlling its borders?
The United States Supreme Court recently decided to consider appeals regarding two very different immigration scenarios. One involves a judge’s order of deportation issued inside the United States; the other involves a decision made by a U.S. consulate in a foreign country. However, both cases have a common thread: what is the permissible extent of the government’s powers?