U.S. Immigration Courts Mired in Yearslong Backlog: ‘I Just Want a Resolution’

Posted on AllSides September 1st, 2023
From The Center

Albino Cuellar Razo left his rural Nebraska home around sunrise this summer and drove two hours for what he hoped would be the final hearing in his immigration case, which began 10 years ago. When he arrived, a clerk said his appointment had again been canceled.

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