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Backlog in Immigration Cases Continues to Climb Published: Mar 12, 2010 "Cases awaiting a hearing in the nation's Immigration Courts reached an all-time high of 228,421 in the first months of FY 2010, according to very timely government enforcement data obtained by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). The current number of pending cases is up 23 percent just since the end of FY 2008, and 82 percent higher
Recent ICE memo explains how officials should address detained U.S. citizens Published: Mar 11, 2010 It appears that ICE has conveniently forgotten that they have no jurisdiction to detain individuals who are United States citizens, and that it is their burden to prove that a person is not a United States citizen, and not the other way around. "On the heels of several reports documenting U.S. citizens who have been detained or even deported by federal
USDOS Travel Warning - ERITREA Published: Mar 8, 2010 This information is current as of today, document.write(Date()+".") Mon Mar 08 2010 10:08:29 GMT-0500 (Eastern Standard Time). ERITREA March 02, 2010 The U.S. Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Eritrea and recommends that U.S. citizens defer all travel there because of Eritrean
NYCLU Report Documents Immigration Detainee Grievances at Varick Federal Detention Center Published: Feb 24, 2010 "Voices from Varick: Detainee Grievances at New York City’s Only Federal Immigration Detention Facility, provides a snapshot of the inhumane and illegal conditions plaguing the federal immigration detention system – a patchwork of federal, state, county and private prisons. It analyzes a year’s worth of grievances filed by men being held at the Varick
Immigration Stories: 'The Death Of Josseline' Published: Feb 24, 2010 "Fourteen-year-old Josseline Quinteros died while trying to cross into the U.S. along the Mexico-Arizona border. Quinteros' is just one of the border crossing stories Margaret Regan tells in her book, The Death of Josseline."
Children in the Aftermath of Immigration Enforcement Published: Feb 23, 2010 "This report examines the consequences of parental arrest, detention, and deportation on 190 children in 85 families in six locations, providing in-depth details on parent-child separations, economic hardships, and children's well-being. The contentious immigration debates around the country mostly revolve around illegal immigration. Less visible have
How I became the Enemy of the State: The Poster Boy for Immigration Persecution Published: Feb 22, 2010 "The Poster Boy for Immigration Persecution”...that's me. Why? You may ask...Why would the federal government single me out for some sort of malicious persecution/prosecution? The first thing you must understand is that they're not singling me out; this is how the process works." ~Mike Burrows Click here to read Mike Burrows' immigration story.