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Criminal Prosecutions for Illegal Entry Up, Re-Entry Down
(21 Jul 2016) The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during the first eight months of FY 2016 the government reported 25,680 new criminal prosecutions for illegal entry, and 20,628 new criminal prosecutions for illegal re-entry. See more...
Immigration Backlog Still Rising Despite New Judge Investitures
(20 Jul 2016) Despite the addition of new judges, the number of cases awaiting resolution before the Immigration Courts climbed to a new all-time high of 496,704 as of the end of June 2016, See more...
Stockholder Lawsuits Down 40 Percent in Last Four Years
(18 Jul 2016) The latest available data from the federal courts show that in the last 12 months ending in June 2016 the federal government reported 259 new stockholder civil lawsuits filed. See more...
Continued Decline in Patent Lawsuits
(23 Jun 2016) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during the first eight months of fiscal year 2016 the government reported the filing of 3,478 patent-related lawsuits. See more...
Being Ordered Deported in Immigration Court is Less Likely Than Ever
(15 Jun 2016) So far in FY 2016, the odds that a noncitizen will be ordered deported by an immigration judge have fallen to a new record low of 42.4 percent. See more...
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