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Immigration Court Deciding More Cases
(20 Feb 2017) The Immigration Court has steadily increased the number of cases it has completed. See more...
ICE Immigration Raids: A Primer
(14 Feb 2017) There are widespread reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) fugitive operations teams conducted immigration roundups in a number of communities across the country last week. See more...
Relatively Few Deportations Result from ICE Detainers
(01 Feb 2017) A detailed analysis of removal-by-removal ICE records reveals a surprisingly low number of individuals were deported as a result of the use of detainers by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). See more...
ICE Criminal Prosecutions Down 41 Percent
(23 Jan 2017) Criminal prosecutions as a result of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigations have steadily fallen over the last five years. See more...
December 2016 Prisoner Petitions to Vacate Sentences
(20 Jan 2017) The latest available data from the federal district courts show that during December 2016 the number of new civil actions filed to vacate federal sentences appear to have fallen back to more typical levels since actions spiked in June 2016. See more...
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