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Cubans, Venezuelans, and Nicaraguans Increase in Immigration Court Backlog
(21 Jan 2020) The fastest growing segments of the Immigration Court backlog are now Cubans, Venezuelans, and Nicaraguans. See more...
Asylum Decisions Vary Widely Across Judges and Courts - Latest Results
(13 Jan 2020) TRAC's judge-by-judge asylum decision reports are now updated through FY 2019. These reports examine 179,848 asylum decisions across 59 immigration courts. See more...
Fair Labor Standards Act Civil Litigation Declining
(09 Jan 2020) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during November 2019 the government reported 528 new Fair Labor Standards Act civil filings for these matters. See more...
Record Number of Asylum Cases in FY 2019
(08 Jan 2020) Immigration judges decided a record number of asylum cases in FY 2019. This past year judges decided 67,406 asylum cases, nearly two-and-a-half times the number from five years ago when judges decided 19,779 asylum cases. See more...
Contrasting Experiences: MPP vs. Non-MPP Immigration Court Cases
(19 Dec 2019) According to Immigration Court records through the end of November 2019, over 56,000 immigrants have been sent back to Mexico to await their immigration hearings under the Migration Protection Protocols (MPP), also known as "Remain in Mexico." See more...
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