Immigration (Recommendations)

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The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, as amended, requires the Justice Department to make two major types of decisions affecting aliens—whether to exclude aliens seeking to enter the United States and whether to deport those already in the country. The Act and the accompanying regulations also require a host of collateral decisions concerning visa petitions, waivers of grounds for...

A substantial number of individuals involved in Federal “mass justice”1 agency proceedings need and desire assistance2 in filling out forms, filing claims, and appearing in agency proceedings, but are unable to afford assistance or representation by lawyers. A lack of assistance or representation reduces the probability that an individual will...

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