International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump
RECORD (4CCA) transmitted to Supreme Court. Supreme Court Docket No.: 16-1436. [17-1351] (SJC)
Supreme Court of the United States
Office of the Clerk
Washington, DC 20543-0001
July 24, 2017
Scott S. Harris
Clerk of the Court
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth
1100 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219
No. 16-1436 Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, et al. v.
International Refugee Assistance Project, et al.
(Your No. 17-1351)
Pursuant to Rule 12.7 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States, you are
requested to certify and transmit immediately the entire record (including transcripts) in the
above case to this office. Please indicate in this transmittal all exhibits, lodgings, and briefs
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Scott S. Harris, Clerk
cc: Counsel of Record
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