U.S. Immigration judges say they’re overworked and under political pressure | There aren’t enough of them; they need more support;

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Judges in federal trial courts are effectively appointed for life, which can insulate them from pressure.

  • Nationwide, there are about 500 immigration judges. They preside over asylum cases, meaning they decide who gets to stay in the U.S. and who must be deported. When President Joe Biden took office, there was already a backlog of 1.3 million cases, and the monthly crossing totals keep rising.

SOURCE: MSN

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