Link To News: Immigration judges quit in response to administration policies

From CNN


In particular, the administration began rolling out changes that dictated the way judges were expected to proceed with cases, thereby tightening control of the immigration courts. For example, the Justice Department said it would evaluate immigration judges on how many cases they close and how fast they hear cases.

Earlier this year, the Justice Department also issued a new rule that gives more power to the director of the Executive Office for Immigration Review. It allows the Justice Department-appointed director — currently James McHenry — to step in and issue a ruling if appeals are not completed within a certain time frame.
‘It started to wear at me,’ said Jennie Giambastiani, a former Chicago immigration judge who joined the bench in 2002 and left this year. ‘The great number of cases coming in and the way it was expected we handle them.’
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