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NYC Immigration Judges Favor Aliens More Frequently
Center For Immigration Studies ^
| 16 October 2012
| W.D. Reasoner
Posted on 10/23/2012 12:29:40 PM PDT by zeestephen
Two-thirds of deportation cases nationwide end in the target's removal from the country. In New York City, 74% of deportation proceedings this year have ended with the immigrant being allowed to stay in the United States.
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TOPICS: News/Current Events
The administration in power has a tremendous ability to shape the direction of our society through the selection of judges and officials in the lower courts where the vast majority of cases of every kind are heard. This especially includes the immigration courts, because those judges are selected as a part of the executive branch, by officials of the Justice Department in which they serve. Thus, immigration judges, through their tens of thousands of decisions each year, in a meaningful sense give shape and direction to the future of our society writ large.
You hear that Barry? After you move out of 16 Trillion Pennsylvania, Ave try to get your immigration case heard in NY. There’s a 3/4 chance they’ll let you stay.
posted on 10/23/2012 12:44:20 PM PDT
by Repeat Offender
(Why do cops have more lenient ROEs when facing us than troops in combat facing suicidal islamists?)
My space ship broke down, and I need to get to New York City.
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