"Individual Plaintiffs, and the class they seek to represent, are people with non-immigrant visas who were residents of the State of Washington when the Executive Order was issued. They are now either trapped inside the United States—unable to return to visit their families, or carry out work- or education-related travel—or stuck outside the United States, unable to continue with their studies and jobs, and unable to return to their homes and communities here."
"Plaintiff, the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia (the “Episcopal Diocese” or “Diocese”)—a religious organization incorporated in the State of Washington to do charitable works, including to support the resettlement of refugees in Washington—has had its refugee resettlement activities completely upended as a result of the Executive Order."
Ex. A: Executive Order 13,769 (Jan. 27, 2017)
Ex. B: Joint Declaration of Madeline K. Albright, Avril D. Haines, Michael V. Hayden, John F. Kerry, John E. McLaughlin, Lisa O. Monaco, Michael J. Morell, Janet A. Napolitano, Leon E. Panetta, and Susan E. Rice (Feb. 5, 2017) (filed in Washington v. Trump as an exhibit to the states' response to the federal government's motion for an emergency stay)
Ex. C: letter from Deputy Asst. Secretary Edward J. Ramotowski, Dept. of State, provisionally revoking nonimmigrant and immigrant visas (Jan. 27, 2017)
Ex. D Memorandum from Lori L. Scialabba, Acting Director USCIS, Guidance Concerning Executive Order on Immigration (Feb. 2, 2017)