Study Supports Funding for Immigrant Counsel

, New York Law Journal


The New York City Bar Association released a study supporting its position that federally-funded counsel for immigrants facing deportation would save the government more than $200 million by reducing costs for detention and speeding up resolution of immigration cases.

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