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Subject: FOIA Lawsuits Surge in Trump Administration's First Year
(16 Jan 2018) Since the new administration took office at the end of January 2017, there has been a sharp jump in the number of lawsuits filed by individuals and organizations seeking court orders See more...
Serious Criminal Immigration Convictions Still Infrequent Under Trump
(09 Jan 2018) The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during November 2017 the government reported 4,758 new immigration convictions. See more...
Family and Medical Leave Litigation Down Sharply
(05 Jan 2018) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during November 2017 the government reported 88 new court cases seeking relief under the Family and Medical Leave Act. See more...
Immigration Court Backlog Tops 650,000
(04 Jan 2018) During the first two months of FY 2018, the Immigration Court number of pending cases climbed by an additional 30,000. See more...
Criminal Immigration Prosecutions Down 14% in FY 2017
(06 Dec 2017) The latest available data from the U.S. Justice Department show that during FY 2017 the government reported 59,910 new immigration prosecutions. See more...
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