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Half of young illegal immigrants that are caught crossing the border are no-shows in deportation courts, deciding to hide out in the country potentially for the rest of their lives, according to new Justice Department statistics.
Potentially 25,000 mostly young, single males from Latin America do not comply with orders to appear in court, said an analysis of the Justice Department statistics.
The article goes on to state the following:
This year, experts project that some 60,000 “unaccompanied alien children” will cross the border. Most will be given a temporary pass into the country and orders to appear at immigration court.
The analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies said, however, that half are no-shows who are judged in absentia.
“The number of UACs who were ordered removed in absentia, that is, after failing to appear for immigration court, has skyrocketed from 450 in FY 2010 to 6,662 in FY 2018, an almost 1,500 percent increase during a period of time when the number of UACs apprehended increased about 272 percent (from 18,411 in FY 2010 to 50,036 in FY 2018)….
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ICYMI: Half of unaccompanied minors fail to show up to court.
Any court system in which half of the parties required to appear fail to do so is in crisis.https://t.co/o7PpJH2Gjx
— Center for Immigration Studies (@CIS_org) November 15, 2018
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