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TRAC Updates Immigrant Detention Quick Fact Tools With New Data
(02 Jun 2021) The Transactional Research Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) a research organization at Syracuse University created "Quick Facts" tools to provide a user-friendly way to see the most updated data available on immigrant detention and the immigration courts. The tools include easy-to-understand data in context and provide quotable descriptions. See more...
Criminal Prosecutions Referred by EPA in Long-Term Decline
(25 May 2021) The latest available data from the Department of Justice show that during the first seven months of FY 2021 the government reported just 32 new prosecutions referred by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). If this activity continues at the same pace, the annual total of defendants prosecuted will be 55 for this fiscal year. See more...
Despite Crippling Student Loan Debt, Government Rarely Sues to Recover Defaulted Federal Loans
(17 May 2021) Despite student loan debt now topping $1.7 trillion dollars, the latest case-by-case court records analyzed by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University show that civil suits filed to recover federal student loan debt have become increasingly rare even before pandemic relief provided a collection moratorium. See more...
Now Over 8,000 MPP Cases Transferred Into United States Under Biden
(11 May 2021) As of the end of April 2021, a total of 8,387 individuals formerly forced to remain in Mexico under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) have been able to enter the United States since President Biden ended this Trump-era program. TRAC previously reported that by the end of March 3,911 individuals had been allowed to enter the U.S. under a phased process. See more...
TRAC Updates Immigrant Detention Quick Fact Tools With New Data
(05 May 2021) TRAC's immigration "Quick Facts" tools provide a user-friendly way to see the most updated data available on immigrant detention and the immigration courts. TRAC's quick tools provide the most recent data TRAC has assembled on a variety of topics, from the current immigration court backlog to ICE's most recent detention statistics. The tools include easy-to-understand data in context and provide quotable descriptions. See more...
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