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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Deportation Actions Against Criminal Aliens Decreasing

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Syracuse University's TRAC Immigration reports that the Obama administration is instituting fewer deportation proceedings against individuals with criminal grounds of removal.

Here is what they found

During the most recent quarter (January - March 2012), ICE sought to deport a total of 5,450 individuals on criminal grounds. While this number is preliminary and is likely to increase once late reports are in, it represents a drastic decrease compared with 10,732 individuals against whom ICE sought deportation orders just two years ago (during the period January - March 2010).

They also determined that:

Court filings began dropping even before ICE Director John Morton issued his June 17, 2011 directive on prosecutorial discretion (PD), which outlined the manner in which enforcement activity could be focused on deporting serious criminals. Since that announcement, however, official court records show that rather than increasing, the number of deportations ordered on the basis of criminal activity has continued to decrease. Evidence from the most recent quarter show that the agency continues to be headed in the opposite direction from its stated goal.

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Updated 05-15-2017 at 11:37 AM by MKolken

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  1. Las Vegas Criminal Attorney's Avatar
    I truly enjoy looking through on this website , it holds fantastic blog posts.
  2. Sophia's Avatar
    Yep, although, as it was alaerdy stated by several interviewed lawyers, it does of course depend on the individual lawyer. We have the same situation over here in Germany, too and particularly so regarding refugee cases...But at least this result has been positive!Sorry, of course I meant it depends on the individual judges! No offense meant to either lawyer, I am sure they do all a great job on the issue!!!
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