State of Hawaii v. Trump
Declaration re 65 MOTION for Temporary Restraining Order . (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A - Dec. of Ismail Elshikh, PhD, # 2 Exhibit B-1 - Supp. Dec. of George Szigeti, # 3 Exhibit B-2 - Orig. Dec. of George Szigeti, # 4 Exhibit C-1 - Supp. Dec. of Luis P. Salaveria, # 5 Exhibit C-2 - Orig. Dec. of Luis P. Salaveria, # 6 Exhibit D-1 - Supp. Dec. of Risa E. Dickson, # 7 Exhibit D-2 - Orig. Dec. of Risa E. Dickson, # 8 Exhibit E - Dec. of Hakim Ounsafi, # 9 Certificate of Service)(Katyal, Neal)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF HAWAI‘I
STATE OF HAWAI‘I and ISMAIL
DONALD J. TRUMP, in his official capacity
as President of the United States; U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND
SECURITY; JOHN F. KELLY, in his official
capacity as Secretary of Homeland Security;
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE; REX
TILLERSON, in his official capacity as
Secretary of State; and the UNITED STATES
Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-00050DKW-KJM
SUPPLEMENTAL DECLARATION OF
RISA E. DICKSON
countries included in the new Executive Order. These students attend our
institution under valid visas issued by the United States government. They
study and work alongside the University’s many thousands of other students.
The University also has employees including faculty from two of the
designated countries, namely Iran and Sudan, who are here on immigrant
visas. In addition, the University has at least 29 visiting faculty members
and scholars with valid visas from the six countries affected by the new
Executive Order. Given the new Executive Order, the University’s ability to
recruit and enroll students and graduate students, and recruit and hire
visiting faculty from the six affected countries, is constrained. Were it not
for the new Executive Order, I would expect these activities to take place
both in the coming school year and in the near future.
8. Though it is too soon to determine the full impact of the new executive order
and its predecessor on the University’s future recruitment efforts, we are
anticipating that recruitment for undergraduate students, graduate students,
permanent faculty members, or visiting faculty members or scholars from
the six affected countries may be impacted. Individuals who are neither
legal permanent residents nor current visa holders will be entirely precluded
from considering our institution. This sort of recruitment of students,
graduate students, scholars, and faculty—including those from the six
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