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New York Times: Court Sets Limit on Holding Immigrants in Some Deportation Cases

IDP’s executive director Alisa Wellek is quoted in this October 30, 2015 article on a New York federal appeals court decision curbing indefinite detention without bail for certain immigrants awaiting deportation hearings.

Alisa Wellek, the executive director of the Immigrant Defense Project, a legal advocacy group in New York, said that the two federal appeals courts had “sent a clear message” to the government not to let immigrants stay in detention indefinitely while they pursue legitimate cases against deportation.

Read the full article at the New York Times.

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