Punishment and Profits: Immigration Detention

Josh Rushing brings another episode of Al Jazeera’s excellent Fault Lines.

The detention and deportation of immigrants has reached an all-time high under the Obama administration. Fault Lines investigates the business of immigrant detention and finds out how a few companies are shaping US immigration laws.

1 thought on “Punishment and Profits: Immigration Detention”

  1. At least there is change in the works for the 3 & 10 years bar on re-entry immigration policy. Although the new revision still requires immigrants to leave the U.S. for a consular interview, the immigrant can seek adjudication of the hardship waiver in the United States prior to exiting the country for the consular interview. If approved, the immigrant can better estimate the time out of the United States with some certainty as to the decision on the hardship waiver. Refer to Perez & Malik, PLLC immigration lawyers for more advice.

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