Immigration Newsletter

Monday, February 22, 2010

Our overloaded immigration courts -

Our overloaded immigration courts -

A recent report by the American Bar Assn. calls for making the court system independent of the Justice Department to reduce "public skepticism" and increase respect, and paints a harrowing picture in which final decisions are rushed, haphazard and inconsistent. At times the outcome of removal proceedings depends less on the facts of an immigrant's case than on which judge hears the case, the report says. It calls for hiring 100 additional immigration judges as soon as possible, adding new training and requiring more written, reasoned decisions from judges.

RAD~At least I am not alone in noticing this. We'll take one in Manchester please!

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