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A Look at the Inconsistencies of the U.S. Immigration Court System

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Critics say the system appears to keep some detainees locked up longer than others, partly because of geography. In one Georgia court, for example, applicants were granted asylum in only five percent of cases — compared to New York City, which granted asylum 84 percent of the time.