Immigration Team Tackles I.D. Case

Young Fried Frank Lawyers Score Win For the Undocumented of New Haven, Conn.

, New York Law Journal

A decision last week by Connecticut's Freedom of Information Commission preserves, at least for the time being, a controversial pact of confidentiality between the city of New Haven and thousands of undocumented immigrants who hold municipal identification cards allowing them access to banks and public services. The July 9 ruling marked success for a pro bono team of lawyers from Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson on behalf of the immigrants.

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