Nonlawyers Fill Void At Overwhelmed Immigration Courts

The accredited representative program has taken on increasing importance as record numbers of immigration cases continue to pile up. But the number of accredited representatives in comparison has remained at a steady level for the last five years, and the lack of investment in the program has added to critics’ concerns that processing delays are hindering migrants’ access to legal counsel…

Read this piece in its entirety at Law360.

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