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Immigration lawyers are seeking video court appearances as the pandemic continues.

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On July 31, immigration lawyers in New Jersey filed a lawsuit against the DOJ, seeking to keep them from having to physically appear in court during the pandemic. Immigration courts recently began having hearings for non-detained immigrants… 

Justice Department Watchdog Reviewing Decision to Keep Immigration Courts Open During Pandemic

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CNN reports that the DOJ’s Office of the Inspector General is reviewing the Trump administration’s decision to keep the nation’s immigration courts open while COVID-19 swept through the United States. EOIR came under criticism from immigration judges, attorneys, and… 

A federal judge ruled that the government cannot hide whether it uses social media surveillance tools.

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The ACLU sued the DOJ in early 2019, arguing that after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the FBI wrongfully hid information on whether the government has social media surveillance records. Because acknowledging the… 

The Trump administration has notified landowners that it is surveying their land for the border wall.

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The Trump administration is planning on using eminent domain to acquire private land in Texas to use for the border wall. On Thursday, the government sent Right of Entry letters to dozens of landowners informing them…