The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland issued a class-wide preliminary injunction prohibiting federal immigration officials from arresting, detaining, or removing noncitizens who have final orders of removal and who are married to U.S. citizens at I-130 marriage interviews. The court also ordered ICE to release from custody all noncitizen petitioners and proposed class members, including release from orders of supervision and immigration detention.

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District Court Grants Class-Wide Preliminary Injunction in Case Challenging ICE Arrests at I‑130 Interviews