Tag Archives: Due Process

Supreme Court Bolsters Trump’s Power Over Rapid Deportation

The Trump administration has taken multiple steps to speed up deportations and restrict access to asylum. ...

Trump scores win on fast-track deportation expansion

D.C. Circuit rules that injunction against policy was erroneous ...

Proposed changes to asylum regs could address biggest immigration problem: the court backlog

There is still time to improve it — and the rulemaking process provides people who want to do something more than just write angry op-eds with an opportunity to share their ideas with a large audience of interested parti ...

No experience required: US hiring immigration judges who don’t have any immigration law experience

What’s more, these judges might not be able to meet the eligibility standards for an Article 1 court if subject matter expertise is required. ...

‘I don’t want to be deported’: Inside the tent courts on the US-Mexico border

Originally published by CNN In a trailer located a stone's throw away from Mexico, a mom cradled her two young sons, a little girl sat on her dad's lap, and a boy swung his legs, his feet unable to touch the floor. In ...

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Trump Appeal Over Rapid Deportation Dispute

Also on Friday, the justices agreed to hear a separate case challenging similar restrictions on federal appeals courts to review the deportation of non-citizens who have committed criminal offenses, if their claims they ...

More Judges Hearing Migrants’ Cases in Secretive Tent Courts

More immigration judges are overseeing hearings remotely in secretive tent courts the U.S. government has built along the southern border. ...

Hasty Rollout of Trump Immigration Policy Has ‘Broken’ Border Courts

"They are playing games with the needs of desperate people," said Simona, 46, who like Katia requested the family's last names be withheld to avoid harming their case. "It's soul crushing." ...

Groups Sue to Block Trump Administration’s Expansion of Rapid Deportations

Nearly 300,000 of the approximately 11 million immigrants in the United States illegally could be quickly deported under the new rule, according to the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. ...

Op-Ed: Why I resigned as an immigration judge

I have been an immigration lawyer dedicated to fairness and due process for immigrants my entire career. In 2015, convinced that my 18 years of experience as an advocate would make me a good immigration judge, I applied ...

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