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Importance of Nationality in Immigration Court Bond Decisions
(12 Feb 2019) The chances of being granted bond at hearings before immigration judges vary markedly by nationality, as do required bond amounts. See more...
Increased Litigation for Denials and Delays on Naturalization Applications
(22 Jan 2019) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during December 2018 the government reported 37 new federal civil immigration naturalization lawsuits. See more...
Cancelled Immigration Court Hearings Climb As Shutdown Continues
(14 Jan 2019) Since the beginning of the federal government shutdown, most Immigration Court hearings have been cancelled. See more...
DOJ Reports on Attorney Fee Awards in FOIA Litigation Inaccurate
(19 Dec 2018) Despite the congressional mandate requiring reporting of the amount of attorney fee and cost awards in each FOIA lawsuit, the Department of Justice has failed to take its responsibilities seriously See more...
Subject: Growth in the Immigration Court Backlog Continues in FY 2019
(18 Dec 2018) The Immigration Court backlog continues to rise. As of November 30, 2018, the number of pending cases on the court's active docket grew to 809,041 cases. See more...
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