For most of the week, it appeared that Congress would pass a continuing resolution to avert a government shutdown. Then, on December 20, the President informed House leadership that he would not sign a funding bill without $5 billion for a wall. Because it appears unlikely that any such bill will pass the Senate, we seem to be headed for a shutdown.
It is unclear how long any shutdown will last. But during any shutdown, government personnel deemed “essential” will continue to work. Other government officials will be barred from reporting to work.
Given past experience, we can expect the following if the government does shut down:
If you have questions about how the shutdown will affect your case, contact our office.
On December 19, 2018, a federal court in Washington, D.C. struck down Trump administration policies that sought to eviscerate asylum protections for immigrants fleeing domestic violence and gang brutality. The…
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