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Hillary Chura, CSM, Sept. 20, 2023
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The Hon. Dana Leigh Marks recaps the status of DACA.
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TRAC, Nov. 15, 2021
"Including nearly 50,000 new deportation cases filed in Immigration Court in just October 2021, the total pending cases in the Immigration Courts now reaches 1,486,495 according to TRAC's updated Quick Facts tools. Immigration Judges completed 21,154 cases in October, less than half of the total new cases coming into the courts, which means the total backlog continues to grow each month.
The Transactional Research Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) a research organization at Syracuse University created 'Quick Facts' tools to provide a user-friendly way to see the most updated data available on immigrant detention and the Immigration Courts. The tools include easy-to-understand data in context and provide quotable descriptions.
Highlights from data updated today on immigrants facing deportation in court include the following:
For more information, see TRAC's Quick Facts tools here or click here to learn more about TRAC's entire suite of immigration tools.
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