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AILA Doc. No. 17101234 | Dated October 12, 2017 | File Size: 731 KDownload the Document
On October 12, 2017, the Washington Post reported that the DOJ plans to impose numeric quotas on immigration judges as part of their performance evaluations. The judges' union and DOJ are still in negotiations; however, the judges are speaking out.
AILA strongly opposes this proposal and issued a policy brief on DOJ's plans and why this unprecedented effort to compel judges to complete cases under stricter deadlines threatens the integrity of the immigration court system, the independence of the judicial branch, and the due process rights of AILA members' clients.
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