Cases filed in the Fifth Circuit Courts
Cases 11 - 20 of 49
Harman Singh v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60098
Petitioner: HARMAN PREET SINGH
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Marisol Del Cid-Lazo, et al v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60015
Petitioner: MARISOL CAROLINA DEL CID-LAZO, ELENA MARISOL GUEVARA-DEL CID
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Roberto Garcia Torres v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60085
Petitioner: ROBERTO GARCIA TORRES
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
David Velasquez Amaya v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60066
Petitioner: DAVID ANTONIO VELASQUEZ AMAYA
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Laiq Khan v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60059
Petitioner: LAIQ KHAN
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Sagandeep Singh-Sandhu v. Matthew Whitaker
as 19-60034
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Petitioner: SAGANDEEP SINGH SANDHU, SAGANDEEP SINGH-SANDHU
Jasbir Singh v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60075
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Petitioner: JASBIR SINGH
Ericel Rodriguez-Melendez v. Matthew Whitaker
as 19-60002
Petitioner: ERICEL MAGDALENA RODRIGUEZ-MELENDEZ
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Kamaljeet Kaur v. Matthew Whitaker
as 19-60056
Respondent: MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Petitioner: KAMALJEET KAUR
Ilyas Muradi v. William Barr, U. S. Atty Gen
as 19-60055
Respondent: WILLIAM P. BARR, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, MATTHEW G. WHITAKER, ACTING U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Petitioner: ILYAS MURADI

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