Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: “Immigration Courts”

Fix Immigration by Improving Its Justice System

Posted in Congress on Immigration, Courts on Immigration Law, Democrats on Immigration, GOP on Immigration, Immigration Agency Expertise, Immigration Courts, Immigration Law Complexity, Immigration Reform, Obama Administration on Immigration, Removal Proceedings, USCIS

“U.S. immigration law is like stratified rock, revealing layer on layer of Congressional accretions laid down over many years, with the superstructure upended in tectonic shifts triggered by the baffling and contradictory interpretations of multiple agencies and courts.” 

Nothing of substance has changed since I offered that post last August, save for a groundbreaking election that reversed years of Republican opposition … Continue Reading

With Hope Springing Eternally, ACUS Is Working on Immigration Again

Posted in Consular Officers, Immigration Agency Expertise, Immigration and Journalism, Immigration Reform, Immigration Regulations, Obama Administration on Immigration, Removal Proceedings, State Department

“How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?” ~ Satchel Paige

One of the benefits of having played in the immigration sandbox for a long time is to see old friends return. A fondly remembered playmate — who left in 1995 and returned in 2010 — is a good ol’ cuss named ACUS — the Administrative Continue Reading