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Asylum Decisions Depend on Judge Assigned - San Francisco and Newark Have Worst Records
(20 Nov 2017) Very recent data from the Immigration Courts, current through September 2017, reveals that the outcome for asylum seekers continues to depend See more...
Latest Asylum Denial Rates for Each Immigration Court Judge
(15 Nov 2017) TRAC has just published the tenth in its long running series of reports covering each Immigration Judge's decisions on asylum cases. See more...
ICE's Implementation of Secure Communities Proves Ineffective
(08 Nov 2017) Since President Trump assumed office, the Secure Communities program has been promoted as essential to implement this administration's agenda for ramped up deportations. See more...
Failure to Implement Public Reporting on Detainers Undermines ICE Pronouncements
(03 Nov 2017) Newly released Immigration and Customs Enforcement's case-by-case data through July 2017 show that the use of detainers has leveled out instead of increasing over the past four months. See more...
Immigration Court Filings Take Nose Dive, While Court Backlog Increases
(30 Oct 2017) Preliminary figures based upon case-by-case court records as of the end of September 2017 indicate that the number of DHS issued NTAs (notices to appear) initiating proceedings in Immigration Court is substantially down since President Trump took office. See more...
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