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Lichter, Osuna: OIG Critique of Immigration Courts Lacks Nuance

"Laura Lichter, president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, said the inspector general reached simplistic conclusions to complex problems associated with the immigration court system. She said cases involving detained immigrants are less likely to involve an immigration lawyer. And...

Osuna: EOIR Needs More of Everything

"Immigrants already on United States soil may have to wait years to see an immigration court judge. It’s a problem that’s worse than it’s ever been, with a backlog of over 400,000 cases. In his first ever TV interview on camera, the Director of the Executive Office for Immigration...

Details Revealed On 18 New Immigration Judges - Law360

Law360, July 7, 2015 - " Eighteen judges have started new jobs in immigration courts around the U.S., and while their paths have intersected at the bench, documents provided to Law360 on Tuesday show they took distinct routes to get to this point. The Executive Office for Immigration Review , a...