Backdoor Amnesty: Deportations Dismissals Up 700 Percent

Backdoor Amnesty: Deportations Dismissals Up 700 Percent

October 18th, 2010

Judicial Watch

A month after the Department of  Homeland Security launched a covert program to dismiss pending  deportations there’s been an increase of more than 700 percent in the number of   cases that have been dropped by the government in one of the nation’s   busiest immigration court systems.

In August Homeland  Security  officials quietly began to systematically dismiss the pending  removal  of illegal immigrants, even when expulsion was virtually  guaranteed or  the aliens had a criminal record. The move, first reported  by Texas’s  largest newspaper, stunned the legal profession and baffled immigration  attorneys who said it was “absolutely fantastic” for their illegal alien clients.

Just one month later 217 cases were dismissed in Houston’s immigration court system, which is among the nation’s busiest.

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