Feds Say Kids Don’t Need Lawyers in Immigration Court

Feds Say Kids Don’t Need Lawyers in Immigration Court

Nicholas Iovino, Courthouse News Service (December 10, 2018)

Having a lawyer makes a big difference, especially for unaccompanied minors, according data compiled by Syracuse University. As of 2014, 73 percent of unaccompanied minors with attorneys were allowed to stay in the United States compared with 15 percent of those without representation.

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