AMERICAN DRAGNET: DATA-DRIVEN DEPORTATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Georgetown Center of Privacy and Technology, May 10, 2022
"When you think about government surveillance in the United States, you likely think of the National Security Agency or the...
DHS Expands Eligibility for Provisional Waivers |
On July 29, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services issued a final rule expanding the class of noncitizens eligible to receive provisional unlawful...
"With the deployment of technology, federal programs to enlist state and local police assistance with immigration enforcement are undergoing a sea change. For example, even as it forcefully has urged invalidation of Arizona’s S.B. 1070 and...
Prof. Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, May 23, 2016 - " Much of the press coverage on Judge Hanen’s May 19 order has focused on the order’s scolding. But equally, if not more alarming, are the implications of Judge Hanen’s demand on the...
"The Obama administration announced last week that it had made America
safer by arresting 3,100 illegal immigrants who have criminal records or
are immigration fugitives or immigration violators. Twenty-four of that
number were right here in...
"The Justice Department said Thursday that it will block video recordings of next month’s closing arguments in a Seattle court case that addresses the rights of child migrants to legal counsel in deportation proceedings. A DOJ spokesperson...