A federal appeals court had scathing words for the Justice Department after it ignored a remand order and called the panel’s original order incorrect.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit had remanded the underlying immigration case to the Bureau of Immigration Appeals, with instructions to address two possibilities the Justice Department raised in its defense when it claimed an immigration judge abused her discretion in granting a certain type of visa for otherwise-inadmissible immigrants.

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