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Quick Facts on Immigration
New! TRAC's 'Quick Facts' Tool Provides Key Data at a Glance on ICE Arrests and Detention plus the Immigration Court. Go to Immigration Quick FActs.
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Free reports on U.S. Federal criminal prosecutions and convictions, based on the most recent Department of Justice data. Go to TRAC Bulletins.
TRAC Data Interpreter
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Immigration Court's Data on Minors Facing Deportation is Too Faulty to Be Trusted
(02 Dec 2021) After careful analysis and consideration, TRAC is forced to suspend its publication of data on juveniles facing deportation in Immigration Court due to serious, unresolved deficiencies in the EOIR's data. TRAC's analyses indicate that the data used by the Immigration Court for tracking and reporting on juveniles who are facing deportation appear to be seriously flawed to the point See more...
TRAC Releases New Asylum Data Tools, Adds Data on Gender, Language, and Age
(30 Nov 2021) The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University released two brand new interactive asylum data tools that allow users to view detailed data on asylum applications and the asylum backlog in Immigration Court. TRAC also added detailed information on gender, language, and age—valuable information that is of considerable public interest—to its new and existing asylum tools. See more...
Immigration Court Backlog Nears 1.5 Million Cases
(15 Nov 2021) Including nearly 50,000 new deportation cases filed in Immigration Court in just October 2021, the total pending cases in the Immigration Courts now reaches 1,486,495 according to TRAC's updated Quick Facts tools. Immigration Judges completed 21,154 cases in October, less than half of the total new cases coming into the courts, which means the total backlog continues to grow each month. See more...
Asylum Grant Rates Climb Under Biden
(10 Nov 2021) Under the new Biden administration, asylum seekers are seeing greater success rates in securing asylum. While relief grant rates had fallen ever lower during the Trump years to just 29 percent in FY 2020, they rose to 37 percent in FY 2021 under President Biden. See more...
ICE Now Monitors Record High Numbers of Immigrants on "Alternatives to Detention" Program
(03 Nov 2021) According to new data available through TRAC's 'Quick Facts' tools, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is now monitoring more than 136,000 immigrants on "Alternatives to Detention" (ATD) programs. ICE is now using a technology called SmartLink to monitor the bulk of immigrants enrolled in these programs. See more...
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