A presidential proclamation published in the FEDERAL REGISTER on September 30,2019 suspended the immigrant or nonimmigrant entry into the United States of
*individuals connected with the Maduro government in Venezuela,
*certain officers of the Venezuelan military and police,
*all members of the organization known as the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela,
*individuals who act on behalf of or in support of the Maduro regime and
*individuals who derive significant financial benefit from transactions or business dealings with persons described in the proclamation and
*family members of persons described in the proclamation .
U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on September 27, 2019 granted the plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction and issued an order blocking DHS from implementing the July 23, 2019, Federal Register notice that expanded expedited removal to many individuals who are in the interior of the United States or have been in the United States for more than 14 days. The judge found that the plaintiffs were likely to succeed on their claims under the Administrative Procedure Act.