International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump

Filing 165

AMICUS CURIAE/INTERVENOR BRIEF by Amici Curiae The Foundation for the Children of Iran and Iranian Alliances Across Borders in electronic and paper format. Type of Brief: Amicus Curiae. Method of Filing Paper Copies: mail. Date Paper Copies Mailed, Dispatched, or Delivered to Court: 04/19/2017. [1000065170] [17-1351] Kevin Martin

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL FORM BAR ADMISSION & ECF REGISTRATION: If you have not been admitted to practice before the Fourth Circuit, you must complete and return an Application for Admission before filing this form. If you were admitted to practice under a different name than you are now using, you must include your former name when completing this form so that we can locate you on the attorney roll. Electronic filing by counsel is required in all Fourth Circuit cases. If you have not registered as a Fourth Circuit ECF Filer, please complete the required steps at Register for eFiling. THE CLERK WILL ENTER MY APPEARANCE IN APPEAL NO. 17-1351 Retained Court-appointed(CJA) Court-assigned(non-CJA) as Federal Defender Pro Bono Government COUNSEL FOR: The Foundation for the Children of Iran and Iranian Alliances Across Borders as the (party name) appellant(s) appellee(s) petitioner(s) respondent(s) amicus curiae intervenor(s) s/ Alicia Rubio (signature) Alicia Rubio Name (printed or typed) (617) 570-1000 Voice Phone Goodwin Procter LLP Firm Name (if applicable) (617) 523-1231 Fax Number 100 Northern Avenue Boston, MA 02210 Address E-mail address (print or type) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE April 19, 2017 I certify that on the foregoing document was served on all parties or their counsel of record through the CM/ECF system if they are registered users or, if they are not, by serving a true and correct copy at the addresses listed below: s/ Alicia Rubio Signature Alicia Rubio 05/07/2014 SCC April 19, 2017 Date American LegalNet, Inc.

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