International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump

Filing 77

NOTICE ISSUED to H. Thomas Byron, III, August E. Flentje, Arjun Garg, Edwin Smiley Kneedle , Douglas Neal Letter, Anne Murphy, Chad A. Readler, Rod J. Rosenstein, Daniel Stephen Schwei, Lowell Vernon Sturgill, Jr., Sharon Swingle, Jeffrey Bryan Wall for United States Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, Rex Tillerson, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, John F. Kelly, Donald J. Trump and Daniel R. Coats, Spencer Elijah Wittmann Amdur, Justin Bryan Cox , Nicholas David Espiritu, Lee P. Gelernt, Omar C. Jadwat. Deborah Jeon, Melissa S. Keaney,Daniel Mach, David Robert Rocah, Esther Hsiao-In Sung, Karen C. Tumlin, Cecillia D. Wang, Heather Lynn Weaver and Cody H. Wofsy for Paul Harrison, Jane Doe #2, International Refugee Assistance Project, HIAS, Inc., Middle East Studies Association of North America, Inc., Muhammed Meteab, Ibrahim Ahmed Mohomed and John Does #1 & 3 requesting response to Motion for leave to file [76]. Responses due: 04/06/2017.[1000055060].. [17-1351] (JSN)

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT 1100 East Main Street, Suite 501, Richmond, Virginia 23219 April 3, 2017 ____________________________ RESPONSE REQUESTED ____________________________ No. 17-1351, TO: Intl Refugee Assistance v. Donald J. Trump 8:17-cv-00361-TDC Nicholas David Espiritu Anne Murphy Esther Hsiao-In Sung August E. Flentje Justin Bryan Cox Chad A. Readler Karen C. Tumlin Edwin Smiley Kneedler David Robert Rocah Lowell Vernon Sturgill Lee P. Gelernt Sharon Swingle Cecillia D. Wang Daniel Stephen Schwei Arjun Garg Cody H. Wofsy Douglas Neal Letter Omar C. Jadwat Jeffrey Bryan Wall Daniel Mach H. Thomas Byron Rod J. Rosenstein Deborah Jeon Heather Lynn Weaver Melissa S. Keaney Spencer Elijah Wittmann Amdur RESPONSES DUE: 04/06/2017 Response is required to the motion for leave to file amicus curiae brief by Victor Williams on or before 04/06/2017. Jeffrey S. Neal, Deputy Clerk 804-916-2729

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