Increasing the number of immigration judges would reduce the backlog by 2025, a step that would strengthen the U.S. immigration system’s enforcement.
Since January 2017, the Department of Homeland Security has investigated possible cases of immigration fraud that resulted in U.S. citizenships.
Are Immigrants More Likely to Commit Crimes? Meager State Prison and Local Jail Data Provide Few Insights
The Trump administration has pointed to a joint Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security report on federal prison inmates to justify its claims about the criminality of immigrant.
A recent joint report by the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security provides a snapshot of the foreign-born population in federal prisons.
With Congress debating a permanent solution for DREAMers, the impact of the immigration courts on the overall immigration system will continue to be a key issue.
Making a significant and lasting dent in immigration court backlog will require a massive undertaking.
The murder of Kathryn Steinle by an unauthorized immigrant released from custody in San Francisco has reignited the issue of “sanctuary” cities.