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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Sessions v. Dimaya
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Sessions v. Dimaya

In early October, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Sessions v. Dimaya , a constitutional challenge to a criminal-removal provision of U.S. immigration law. The high court first heard argument in Sessions v. Dimaya last term, when the court was short one justice ...

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Blog posts in December, 2017

  • Asylum Seekers Sue USCIS for Prolonged Detention

    Even as the Trump administration continues to seek significant restrictions on the current asylum program, a group of refugees from countries around ...

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  • Incarcerated Immigrants Often Lose Important Rights to Fight Deportation

    A recent Rewire article details the plight of an undocumented immigrant who spends years atoning for her crime, in the form of incarceration, ...

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  • Rates of Legal Representation in Immigration Court

    The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University has issued a detailed analysis of legal representation rates and related ...

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  • CA Wildfires Cause Debate About Immigration and Sanctuary Policies

    The deadly wildfires in Northern California that have damaged or destroyed almost 10,000 homes have resulted in a highly public debate on immigration. ...

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  • Will I Be Able to Post Bond if I Am Detained?

    If you or a loved one is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), you may be able to post a bond and be released from the immigration ...

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  • Can I Still Drive Once DACA Expires?

    As the protected status of participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Removals (DACA) begins to expire over next two and one-half years, one ...

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  • Feds Accused of Improperly Detaining Pregnant Immigrants

    The Associated Press is reporting that immigrant rights advocates have filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), claiming ...

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  • Immigration Judges Starting to Take On Backlog of Cases

    Channel 5 News is reporting that immigration courts are starting to make headway in the huge backlog of deportation cases, thanks to some much-needed ...

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  • Chances of Success in Immigration Court Depend on the Judge

    A Reuters investigation has revealed that an immigrant’s likelihood of success in immigration court often depends on which immigration court hears his ...

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