The National Journal has reported that the majority of defendants in immigration cases now have
The benefit of legal representation and in fact in 2013, 59% of those in immigration proceedings had legal representation.
The main type of case in 2013 were ones relating to deportation.
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However the overall number of immigration cases has declined, from 224,577 in 2009 to 173,018 in 2013. More immigrants having lawyers means that these immigration cases have become more complex and can take longer to resolve. That's contributed to a slowdown in the number of new deportation cases.
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