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What Happens to Children When a Parent is Deported? Published: Apr 12, 2010 "First Focus, a bipartisan children's advocacy group in Washington, put out a report this month showing that when an immigrant parent is detained or deported, his or her children often end up in the child welfare system." ~Mary Ann Zehr
Amnesty International Report: Jailed without Justice Published: Apr 7, 2010 Jailed without Justice: Immigration Detention in the United States.
Round Up on Silva Trevino Published: Mar 30, 2010 Immigration Slip Opinion: AILA Amicus's Notes & Comments On Immigration Adjudication "We were on notice, following the BIA decisions in Gerstenshteyn and Babaisakov, that the Board was mission driven to erode the “categorical approach” as it applied to aggravated felony determinations. Who would have anticipated the sweeping new rule for moral
Memo of James M. Chaparro, Director of ICE Detention and Removal Operations Published: Mar 29, 2010 The Washington Post has dug up a February 22, 2010, internal memorandum of James M. Chaparro, Director of ICE Detention and Removal Operations, that specifically sets forth a "critical Agency goal of achieving 400,000" deportations in 2010. He further states that the efforts to deport 400,000 people from the United States "must be sustained and will be
Immigration Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 2 (March 17, 2010) Published: Mar 18, 2010 "This issue covers an upcoming Supreme Court argument on the aggravated felony definition; a decision in a suit challenging a state law regulating verification of employment eligibility; favorable court of appeals asylum decisions; litigation resources, and highlights from the LAC (including litigation involving federal court jurisdiction and the Child
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