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After being denied a new visa to enter the United States in December 2011, Anwar al-Awlaki — the American-born, New Mexico-based cleric responsible for the 2009 murder of Osama bin Laden’s deputy — applied for a “permanent resident” passport, which would allow him to rejoin his family in Yemen in the Middle East. He later applied for and received a “temporary resident” visa after he secured political asylum in a neighboring country, in August 2012.
The application process has been blocked by immigration judges since 2012, when a U.S. district court for the District of Columbia issued an injunction against the policy, saying that Mr. Awlaki had been denied “entry to our country on the basis of [his] terrorism convictions.”
His lawyers said that the court order was “arbitrary,” while some legal scholars questioned whether the court was empowered to hold that the government could deny permanent resident status to those who had renounced their U.S. citizenship.
On Tuesday, the court agreed to take Mr. Awlaki’s challenge seriously, ordering the government and others that had granted him “temporary resident” visas to file a supplemental briefing and ask the appeals court for reconsideration.
The ruling is just the latest blow to Mr. Obama’s policy to block travel to the United States by people with dual citizenship.
On Wednesday, a federal judge in California struck down a provision of Mr. Obama’s “executive action” on immigration, blocking the program of deferred action for childhood arrivals from taking effect for two years.
Meanwhile, in a stunning move, on Friday, Sen. Charles E. Schumer of New York, the Senate minority leader, announced the formation of a Senate inquiry into an American citizen living in Yemen who had allegedly attacked the American consulate in Sanaa last year. The man was denied entry to the United States this year, and so is believed to have been a supporter of the al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula militant group.
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The inquiry was led by Senator Benjamin L. Cardin of Maryland, who had been deeply critical of the Bush-era policy that prevented dual citizens from immigrating to the United States and then returning after five years.
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