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DePaul University, Vincentian Heritage Journal
April 11, 2016

You Were Told to Love the Immigratnt But What if the Story Never Happened? Hospitatlity and United States Immigration Law
By Craig B. Mousin

Immigrants in removal proceedings must hire their own attorney, seek limited pro bono or legal assistance attorneys, or face the power of the federal government without benefit of counsel. Having an immigration attorney to assist one’s case can make a considerable difference in seeking remedies, waivers, exemptions, or discretionary rulings. In addition, the expansion of enforcement efforts has not been met with comparative funding for the judicial procedures, thus overwhelming the adjudicative process, causing severe backlogs in processing cases......[Citing TRAC research].

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