Amicus Arguments at the Ninth Circuit: The Flores Settlement Applies to All Children
A broad array of organizations have filed amicus briefs in support of the plaintiffs in the Flores settlement arguing against the government’s position that Flores does not apply to children in family detention facilities.
Undocumented Immigrants Pay Billions in State and Local Taxes
Here’s a look at the current and possible future tax contributions of undocumented immigrants at the state and local level.
Flawed U.S. Response to Central American Refugees Reiterated by DHS Officials
Top officials continue to believe that deporting families and children quickly deters others who are considering coming to the United States.
D.C. Circuit Hears Case Seeking Records Regarding Immigration Judge Misconduct
The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in a case filed by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, which seeks the disclosure of unredacted versions of complaints filed against immigration judges and related documents.
A Visit to Berks Family Detention Center Makes Clear Why They Lost their License
Children, ranging in age from one to four-years-old, wore signs written in colored pens and taped on their fronts and backs that translated into English as “Freedom! Freedom!” and “Six months of detention. No more!” and “We are not criminals.”