Thursday, November 1, 2012

Inspector General Report: Backlog in Immigration Courts With Increase in Judges Hard to Explain

The Associated Press reports that the U.S. government is not keeping up with the caseload in immigration courts, despite an increase in the number of judges handling the cases.  In a report released on Thursday, Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz said record-keeping by the immigration courts is so flawed that it is difficult to draw conclusions about why the courts are unable to reduce the volume of cases.

KJ

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