Share of Immigration Cases Ending in Deportation Orders Hits Record Low

“During the first three months of FY 2012, cases disposed of in the nation’s Immigration Courts showed a drop in deportation orders and an increase in the number of individuals allowed to stay in the United States.”

There was not a significant increase in administrative closures or terminations, according to the TRAC Report. However, there was a “big jump in [certain] grants of relief.” The Report also states, “Another way of looking at these numbers is that among individuals alleged by ICE to have violated immigration laws, more than one in three (34.4 percent) were allowed to stay in the U.S.”

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