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Immigration Court

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Cases Rescheduled as ICE Fails to Produce Dozens of Detainees in Immigration Court

A New York City immigration courtroom turns to chaos as attorneys wait to see clients who are never brought

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Thousands of Immigration Cases Are on Hold Due to the Government Shutdown

The budget impasse over Trump’s wall may create a crisis in the nation’s immigration courts

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Surprise Docket Leaves NYC ICE Detainees Unrepresented in Court

Some ICE detainees have had hearings in court without lawyers despite a city-funded program to ensure they have representation.

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A Man Who Cannot Speak Could Face Deportation Due to Changes in the Immigration Courts

Santos had a stroke earlier this year and cannot communicate with his lawyers. His case was previously administratively closed then sent back to immigration court.

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Meet Alan Vomacka: One of New York’s Toughest Immigration Judges

A trove of complaints paint Alan Vomacka as one of the country's harshest immigration judges.

Fewer People Are Being Granted Asylum in New York

The City’s USCIS Asylum Office is granting 50 percent fewer applications since 2013

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Thousands of New Yorkers Could be Headed Back to Immigration Court

After their cases were suspended years ago, Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to reopen them.

Councilman Demands Answers From ICE Over Continued Video Hearings

ICE still isn't physically producing detainees for hearings at Varick Street. Carlos Menchaca wants to know why.

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It’s Cheaper to Get out of Jail Than Immigration Detention

Exclusive data shows the exorbitant rates immigrants pay for bond in New York City