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Immigration Court Cases Jump in June 2021; Delays Double This Year
(28 Jul 2021) The number of new deportation cases filed by the Biden administration is on the rise. Deportation orders sought by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) jumped by nearly 50 percent in June, compared with the number filed in May. See more...
Number of Immigrants in ICE Detention Declines Slightly This Week to 26,771
(23 Jul 2021) The number of people in immigrant detention has been growing during the Biden administration but declined slightly this week according to data updated today by Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse in its ‘Quick Facts’ tools. A total of 26,771 are currently being held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention. See more...
Number of Immigrants in ICE Detention On the Rise
(08 Jul 2021) The number of people in immigrant detention is growing according to data updated today by Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse in its 'Quick Facts' tools. A total of 27,217 are currently being held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention, up from less than 14,000 at the end of March 2021. See more...
Recent Spike in Federal Criminal Prosecutions on Indian Lands
(01 Jul 2021) According to government case-by-case records analyzed by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), the number of federal prosecutions of violent crimes in Indian Country jumped after the July 2020 landmark Supreme Court decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma. The Court held that large swaths of Oklahoma were still under the jurisdiction of the Creek Nation of Indians, and that as a result, only federal law enforcement officers—not state and local officers—had jurisdiction to prosecute major crimes in what the federal government designates as Indian Lands. See more...
26,222 People in Immigrant Detention New Data Show
(30 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...
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