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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Detained Immigrants Being Denied Bond or Parole in Most Cases

Asylum-seekers are feeling the impact of a new unofficial US policy: ICE has virtually stopped granting detained immigrants bond or parole, keeping them incarcerated throughout their cases unless they successfully appeal to an immigration judge.

In response to ICE's widespread parole denials, one group of New York City attorneys have taken legal action, filing multiple writs of habeas corpus in Manhattan's federal district court on the grounds that their clients were being held in indefinite detention without review.

After such legal pressure, ICE is once again granting paroles in New York – but elsewhere in the country, asylum-seekers remain behind bars. Only in family detention facilities has ICE continued releasing mothers and their children.

This new policy can have another devastating impact: statistics show that only 14 percent of detained immigrants are able to obtain attorneys, compared to two-thirds of non-detained immigrants, and immigrants with representation are about three times more likely to win their asylum cases, according to a 2014 Stanford study.

Read the complete article: 
Trump Era Ushers in New Unofficial Policy on Asylum-Seekers


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