25 April 2018

Regional Focus: United States

"9,000 Nepalis Face Deportation as Trump Administration Prepares to Cancel Residency Permits," Washington Post, 24 April 2018 [text]

Court Orders Trump Administration to Accept New DACA Applications -- Ruling Stayed for 90 Days (ImmigrationProf Blog, April 2018) [text]

Debating the Immigration Debate (The Asylumist Blog, April 2018) [text]

Department of Justice Ignores Its Own Evaluators’ Recommendations on Immigration Courts (Immigration Impact Blog, April 2018) [text]

DOS on Revisions to Travel Ban (Presidential Proclamation 9645, Apr. 10, 2018) (Immigration Law Blog, April 2018) [text]

Extreme Vetting of Immigrants: Estimating Terrorism Vetting Failures, Policy Analysis, no. 838 (Cato Institute, April 2018) [text]

"Hundreds of Immigrant Children Have Been Taken from Parents at U.S. Border," New York Times, 20 April 2018 [text]

Immigration Court Cases Now Involve More Long-time Residents (TRAC Immigration, April 2018) [text]
- See also related HRW comment.

NIPNLG v. DHS: Records Regarding the Termination of TPS for Haiti (NLG National Immigration Project, April 2018) [access]

Practice Advisory: Overcoming the Asylum One-Year Filing Deadline for DACA Recipients (CLINIC, April 2018) [text]

The Prevalence of Evidence (The Asylumist Blog, April 2018) [text]

A Profile of Immigrants from Travel Ban-affected Countries in the United States (George Mason Univ., April 2018) [text]

"A Two-Way Street: How Immigration Shapes Everyday Life in Silicon Valley," Migration Information Source, 4 April 2018 [text]

U.S. Approves Far Fewer Muslim Refugees, Immigrants, & Travelers (CATO at Liberty Blog, April 2018) [text]

*The What and the Why of Torture Convention Relief (The Asylumist Blog, April 2018) [text]

"Why So Many Chinese Asylum Seekers are Stuck in the U.S.," Axios, 20 April 2018 [text]


The Waiting Game (ProPublica) [access]
- "Based on the real case files of five asylum seekers from five countries and interviews with the medical and legal professionals who evaluate and represent them, The Waiting Game is an experimental news game that lets you walk in the shoes of an asylum seeker, from the moment they choose to come to the United States to the final decision in the cases before an immigration judge."


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- Regional Focus: United States (12 April 2018)

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