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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Massachusetts Has Lowest Number of Deportations in US

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Via the Boston Herald:

"Massachusetts last year deported the lowest percentage of [undocumented] aliens of any state in the nation — and had the third highest rate of granting asylum, according to a Herald investigation of a largely secret system that shows the Obama administration’s increasingly lax policy on immigration.

The state’s immigration court, nestled in a largely unobserved space on the third floor of the John F. Kennedy Federal Building downtown, deported just 26.9 percent of [immigrants] who came before it, the country’s lowest average rate — and well below the national average of 46.4 percent, records show."

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