District Court Holds Hearing in Case About Kids’ Right to Attorneys in Immigration Court
The government opposes allowing this case to proceed as a class action – and asked the court to dismiss all of the child plaintiffs but one from the case.
Customs and Border Protection Releases Independent Review of Its Complaints System
The abuse of migrants while in U.S. custody arises from a lack of transparency and accountability within CBP. The results of this independent review of its complaints and discipline systems by CBP shows a clear attempt by the angecy’s leadership to make the agency more transparent.
New Studies Show Refugees are Integrating
At a time when politicians and others are expressing concern about the refugee resettlement process, two new studies show that refugees want to integrate and are indeed integrating into the fabric of our country.
U.S. Sentencing Commission Proposes Further Criminalizing Migrants
At a time when there is a great deal of national attention being placed on criminal-justice reform, it is troubling that the U.S. Sentencing Commission (USSC) is now proposing, new amendments to Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
New Rule Improves Learning Experience for International Students With STEM Degrees
This month, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a final rule which will allow international students in certain science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields to maximize their educational experience in the United States.