Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: “Immigration Court”

The Long-Lived ‘Con Job’ – Structural Injustice in the Immigration ‘Courts’

Posted in Congress on Immigration, Constitutional Law, Courts on Immigration Law, Immigration Courts, Immigration Law Complexity, Immigration Lawyers, Trump Administration on Immigration

Last week, President Trump held an 81-minute press conference. He traversed wide-ranging territory, including his notions of procedural due process. Discussing the importance of fundamental fairness when trying to distinguish facts from falsehoods, he said:

PRES. TRUMP:

Somebody could come and say 30 years ago, 25 years ago, 10 years ago, 5 years ago, he did a horrible thing … Continue Reading

Immigration, Cheesy Style

Posted in Adjustment of Status, General Immigration, Guest Columns, Immigration Courts, USCIS

[Bloggers Note:  Today’s offering is a Guest Post by Nici Kersey, who recounts memories as a child and their lasting impact, even on her practice of immigration law.  For a similar recollection of government handouts from my childhood, click here.]

Government Cheese

by Nici Kersey

My first memory of “the government” involves government cheese.  My great-grandmother always had the stuff … Continue Reading