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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Napolitano: Review of 300,000 Deportation Cases to "Begin Shortly"

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CNN reports that the Obama administration will soon undertake a review of the 300,000 pending deportation cases separating "high priority" criminal cases from "low priority" non criminal cases.


In practice, I have seen very little if any favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion involving "low priority" noncriminal deportation cases.  The few cases that I have seen the Department moving to administratively close proceedings involve individuals whose cases have garnered media attention.  


You certainly don't want any bad press in an election year.


Needless to say, I predict that this most recent announcement will not add up to a hill of beans.


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  1. Backlogged's Avatar
    Perhaps its shortly just before the elections, to show how he kept his word on immigration reform so that Mr.O can hope to Occupy WH while other Occupy other cities. I am surprised something like a Neufeld memo for adjudication of H1B cases, takes more traction and even gets upheld in court while something of a common sense gets let down. So much for the track record of this worst administration for immigrants - ever, atleast till now!
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