Court Filings Pertaining to Executive Order Travel Ban

Amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief – March 15th, 2017

Memorandum of Law in Support of Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Declarations in Support of the Plaintiffs’ Motion

Declarations of Plaintiff Organizations IABA, Pars Equality Center, PAIAA, and NIAC

Declarations of Individual Plaintiffs

Amicus Briefs in Support of Plaintiffs’ Case

Amici Curiae of National and Regional Civil Rights Organizations

Amici Curiae Former National Security Officials

Amicus Curiae Howard School of Law Civil Rights Clinic on Behalf of Law Professors

Amici Curiae Foundation for the Children of Iran, Children of Persia and Iranian Alliances Across Borders

Amicus Curiae HIAS

Amici Curiae Human Rights First, KIND, and Tahirih Justice Center

Government’s Response

Memorandum of Law in opposition to Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Exhibit A | Exhibit B | Exhibit C

Plaintiffs’ Reply

Memorandum of Law in further support of Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Live Testimony Request

Plaintiffs’ Request to Present Live Testimony at Preliminary Injunction Hearing

Defendants’ Opposition to Live Testimony

Court Order Granting Plaintiffs’ Request to Present Live Testimony

Transcript of Live Testimony of Babak Yousefzadeh (IABA) and Dr. Leila Austin (PAAIA) – April 18, 2017

Preliminary Injunction Hearing

Transcript of Oral Argument – April 21, 2017

Court Order Re: Supplemental Briefing

Supplemental Post-Hearing Briefing

Plaintiffs’ Joint Supplemental Brief in support of Preliminary Injunction

Proposed Order Granting Plaintiffs’ Motions for Preliminary Injunction 

Defendant’s Response to Plaintiffs’ Supplemental Brief

Plaintiffs’ Joint Supplemental Reply in further support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Court Order

Court’s Order Temporarily Staying Resolution of Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Government’s Motion to Stay

Government’s Motion to Stay Case

Plaintiffs’ Opposition to Motion to Stay Case