Supreme Court Brief: ‘Immigration Lawyers Will Not Be Able Ethically To Do Their Jobs’

February 25, 2020

O’Melveny filed an amicus brief in a recent immigration case, Supreme Court Brief reported.

“At issue in the case United States v. Sineneng-Smith is a criminal provision of the Immigration Reform and Control Act,” the publication noted. “The provision imposes a range of criminal penalties on anyone who ‘encourages or induces’ an alien to enter or reside in the United States, if done knowingly or in reckless disregard of the fact that entry or residency is illegal and if done for commercial or financial gain.”

“O’Melveny & Myers partner Anton Metlitsky” filed the firm’s amicus brief on behalf of 21 religious organizations.

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