The limit on district court jurisdiction over Immigration and Naturalization Service decisions does not prevent challenges to the constitutionality of INS procedures, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled.
The ruling in Abdullah v. INS 96-6206, came in a case brought by 437 undocumented aliens denied special agricultural worker status.
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