Interactive drama “The Detention Lottery” sheds light on immigration court
by Abigail Leong
The play, written and produced by Seattle-area immigration attorneys, gives audiences a look into the immigration courtroom.
Mar 27, 2019
Legal aid program for detained immigrants to be suspended
by Agatha Pacheco
The program is one of the few resources immigrants in detention have to defend themselves in a court lacking constitutional provisions.
Apr 18, 2018
Census question on citizenship challenged in court
by John Stang
Washington state officials and others double-down on opposition to citizenship question that they say would alienate immigrant communities.
Mar 27, 2018
Federal court rejects immigrant children’s class action suit
by Venice Buhain
Appeals judges rejected a class action lawsuit which claimed that undocumented immigrant children should have a right to a lawyer in deportation hearings.
Sep 21, 2016
Long odds: Defending yourself in U.S. Immigration Court
by Damme Getachew
Why it’s so hard to successfully defend yourself in U.S. Immigration Court — and why so many people do it anyway.
Aug 15, 2016