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CA11 on Aggravated Felony: Ramos v. U.S. Attorney General

"Ronel Ramos was charged with removability for committing an “aggravated felony” within the meaning of 8 U.S.C. § 1227(a)(2)(A)(iii) when he pled guilty to violating Georgia Code § 16-8-14, a statute that criminalizes shoplifting. An Immigration Judge sustained the charge,...

Border Crossings Down, But Deaths Remain the Same: Video

"Border crossings are at an all-time low but the number of recorded deaths remain the same. Since President Barack Obama took office, he's overseen at least 1.8 million deportations, a figure that has likely reached 2 million today. Fusion's Jorge Ramos went to the border of Nogales, Arizona...

The BIA's Adam Walsh Act Trilogy: Because We Can

"In a deportation nation , there are never enough people to deport. Four million people deported since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was organized, yet the DHS still craves even more human beings to feed the machine. Not content with deporting people for their own status violations,...