The Isenberg Center for Immigration Empowerment (ICIE) is pleased to report that the matter of Saad Nabeel, the young man wrongly deported to Bangladesh nearly three years ago, has been docketed by the United State Court of Appeals 5th Circuit. “We are both honored and excited that we will get to argue the case of Saad Nabeel before the Court”, said ICIE Chief Council, Arturo Rodriguez III.
The suit seeks a clarification once and for all of whether foreign nationals are protected under law if their Constitutional Rights are violated. The Courts generally do not like to get involved in immigration because of the powers granted to Congress under the Constitution. The Congress employs the Executive Branch of the Government to carry out the law. The question that must be answered is whether an individual can be deported under law if the procedures used to deport are unlawful. As way of example, ICIE argued to a lower Court that an act that would be considered cruel and unusual punishment or the denial of due process would reverse any immigration action, including deportation, if proven to a Court of competent jurisdiction. The Courts on the other hand usually rule that once a person is deported they lack “Subject matter jurisdiction” to intervene.
ICIE is a privately funded immigration initiative funded by Immigration Activist Ralph Isenberg. The ICIE Organization is known as “a resort of last resort” and becomes involved in matters that involve Constitutional Law and extreme family separation. ICIE is currently helping over 200 foreign nationals with their immigration issues. The work by ICIE is pro bono to those helped.