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AILA Doc. No. 18092834 | Dated January 31, 2020 | File Size: 965 KDownload the Document
Many Americans are not aware that our nation’s immigration courts, unlike other courts, are a part of DOJ — the very same law-enforcement agency that is charged with prosecuting criminal immigration cases in federal courts. That's why AILA believes America needs an independent, Article I immigration court that will administer our nation’s immigration laws free from political manipulation.
You can join AILA in urging members of Congress to publicly support independent, Article I immigration court reform to ensure that everyone can have access to a fair day in court.
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