Despite virus, business as usual at immigration courts

‘It’s a real public health issue,’ says one attorney

IMMIGRATION COURTS are full of people, often pressed together in tight quarters. But the Executive Office of Immigration Review, which runs all immigration courts, has refused to shut down courtrooms nationwide, or develop a mitigation strategy to stem the spread of COVID-19. In Massachusetts, immigration attorneys and their clients are very concerned. Some, like East(...)

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