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Immigration Judges Decide 57 Percent Entitled to Remain in U.S.
(17 Aug 2016) During the first ten months of FY 2016, immigration judges have determined that 96,223 noncitizens against whom Homeland Security sought removal orders were entitled to remain in this country. See more...
Federal Prisoner Petitions to Vacate Sentences Soar in 2016
(16 Aug 2016) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during July 2016 the government reported 1,432 new federal prisoner petitions to vacate sentences were filed. See more...
TRAC Announces Free Detainer Web App plus Report on Latest ICE Detainer Outcomes
(12 Aug 2016) A free new web app on ICE detainers that provides users very extensive information about every ICE I-247 form sent to individual state and local enforcement agencies during FY 2003 to FY 2016 has been developed and posted by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). See more...
Reforms of ICE Detainer Program Largely Ignored by Field Officers
(09 Aug 2016) Two central features of DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson's attempted reforms of ICE's I-247 program have had little impact on the day-to-day actions of ICE field offices. See more...
One in Five International Terrorism Prosecutions in Eastern Virginia
(08 Aug 2016) The Eastern District of Virginia headquartered in Alexandria leads the country in the number of international terrorism cases it prosecutes. See more...
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