The US immigration system is facing a crisis of unprecedented proportions. According to a new report, nearly 600,000 migrants have been released into the US without court dates. This staggering figure has raised questions about the effectiveness of the government’s immigration policies and the future of the country’s immigration system.
The report, which was released by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University, revealed that the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released 594,000 migrants without court dates between April 2018 and April 2021. This figure is more than double the number of migrants released without court dates in the previous three-year period.
The report also found that the number of migrants released without court dates has been steadily increasing since 2017. During this period, the number of migrants released without court dates has increased by more than 100 percent. This is in stark contrast to the number of migrants released with court dates, which has decreased by more than 50 percent since 2017.
The report also found that the majority of migrants released without court dates were from Central American countries. This includes El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. The report also noted that the majority of migrants released without court dates are families and unaccompanied minors. This is in contrast to the majority of migrants released with court dates, which are single adults.
The report highlights the urgent need for the US government to address the immigration crisis. It is clear that the current immigration system is not working and that the US needs to develop effective policies to address the issue. Until the US government takes action, the number of migrants released without court dates is likely to continue to increase.