Deferred Enforced Departure (DED), similar to Temporary Protected Status (TPS), allows foreign nationals to remain in the United States temporarily due to extenuating circumstances in their…
Liberians Employ Unique Logic to Prevent Termination of Deferred Enforced Departure
Judicial Activism Leads to Asylum Absurdity
An unelected federal judge of the District of Columbia District Court has overturned former Attorney General (AG) Jeff Sessions’ decision in Matter of A-B-. In that…
The Impertinence of the Migrant Caravan
Mexico has offered caravanners both refuge and work permits. Yet most of the migrants have refused its proposal, demanding admission to and asylum in the US.
Caravan Reiterates Need to Fix Asylum Laws
The migrant caravan from Honduras heading towards the US serves as a reminder that the US’s asylum laws need to be fixed.
Fake News Shows Up at Asylum Court Hearings
A claim that 96% of asylum seekers dutifully appear for their U.S. immigration court hearings is an encouraging bit of news. If it was true.