Appellant challenged the dismissal of her negligence and due-process claims, arguing that she was entitled to damages because respondents’ failure to comply with federal regulations caused her arrest and detention. Appellant asserted that the District Court erred by (1) dismissing her complaint because she asserted a state common-law tort claim, and (2) concluding that appellant had no liberty or property interest in the enforcement of federal student-entry immigration regulations. The Court of Appeals concluded that the federal immigration regulatory scheme created no duty for respondents and provided no protected due-process interest. Affirmed.
A14-1874 Hollingsworth v. State (Polk County)