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Immigration Law

A Toddler Represents Herself in Immigration Court...With Predictable Results

A DOJ Assistant Chief Immigration Judge thinks very young children can be trained to represent themselves in Immigration Court.

Austin, Texas immigration attorney Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch tested this theory on her own daughter, Nora.  Here are the results.

See also: Experts Weigh In On Judge Weil Deposition Controversy, updated Mar. 8, 2016, including a link to the Judge's deposition.