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Watchdog Report Offers Misdiagnosis of Immigration Court Backlog

Written by on November 14, 2012 in Enforcement, Immigration Courts, Reform, Right to Counsel with 1 Comment
Watchdog Report Offers Misdiagnosis of Immigration Court Backlog

With more than 325,000 cases pending at the start of October, our nation’s immigration courts are indisputably operating under a crushing backlog. The only question is whether and how it can be resolved. In a little-noticed report issued in early November, the Inspector General of the Justice Department levied a number of criticisms regarding the […]

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Inspector General Finds Serious Problems with US-VISIT Program

Written by on September 5, 2012 in Detention, Enforcement, Interior Enforcement with 0 Comments
Inspector General Finds Serious Problems with US-VISIT Program

The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently released results of their investigation into the US-VISIT program.  US-VISIT was created after 9/11 to track noncitizens’ entries into and exits from the U.S. to identify national security threats, individuals entering with fraudulent identities, and visa overstays.  Through US-VISIT, fingerprints and digital photographs […]

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