No End in Sight, Why Migrants Give Up on Their U.S. Immigration Cases

No End in Sight, Why Migrants Give Up on Their U.S. Immigration Cases

Southern Poverty Law Center (October 24, 2018)

Every day, thousands of people are locked away in detention centers – essentially prisons – as they pursue their immigration cases and the hope of a new life in the United States. Many have fled violence and bodily harm in their home countries. But all too often, detained immigrants, particularly in the Deep South, give up on their cases because their conditions of confinement are too crushing to bear.

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