Tag: Immigration Court

What The Shutdown Means for Immigration

Dec 23, 2018

What happens to my case now that the government is shut down? It depends on what kind of case you have and where the case is in process. Many different agencies play a part in the immigration process ...

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Sessions a Good Argument for Making Immigration Court an Article I Court

Sep 24, 2018

Since 2013, the Federal Bar Association (FBA) has advocated moving the immigration court from the Department of Justice (DOJ), where it lives under the Executive Office for Immigration Review, and to ...

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Judge Bumped By Another to Issue Removal Order

Aug 8, 2018

In May, we wrote about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to make the final determination in three cases before immigration courts. It was a rare move, but one inside the scope of his authority ...

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Wins in Court Create at Least a Little Tolerance

Jul 25, 2018

The Trump Administration' firehose-like nature means that a story that grips the national consciousness for a week can disappear without a trace as new controversies blast their way to prominence...

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Kathleen Will Moderate Immigration Law CLE

Jul 9, 2018

On Wednesday, July 25, Gasparian Spivey Immigration's Kathleen Gasparian will moderate a free CLE sponsored by the Federal Bar Association and the Immigration Law Section of the Louisiana St...

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Sessions Makes it Harder for Domestic Violence Survivors to Apply for Asylum

Jun 13, 2018

Recently, we wrote that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had referred three cases that were before the Board of Immigration Appeal to himself for opinion with the expectation that he would use them to s...

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Neglectful Treatment of Children Heightens Cruelty in Immigration Policy

May 29, 2018

Last week, stories of children emphasized the failings of immigration law, of the systems that foreign nationals encounter here, and of the current administration’s outlook on the issue. The Departmen...

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Takes Immigration Law in His Own Hands

May 15, 2018

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ efforts to reshape America’s immigration courts in his own ideological image is one of the Trump Administration’s greatest—and quietest—successes. Sessions ...

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The Supreme Court Takes on Notice to Appear

Apr 24, 2018

On Monday, the Supreme Court heard another case that will have impact on immigration law. At question in Pereira vs. Sessions was whether a “Notice to Appear” needs to tell its recipient where and whe...

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The Administration to Make Immigration Courts Harder on Detainees

Apr 13, 2018

unsplash-logoKyle Glenn On Tuesday, the Executive Office of Immigration Review announced that it would suspend the Legal Orientation Program (LOP) to assess its cost-effectiveness. The program exis...

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