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ICE union chief Chris Crane: Agency pushed pro-amnesty policies during the 2012 election [VIDEO]


National ICE Council president Chris Crane
In an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller, the head of the immigration enforcement officers union harshly criticized both Congress and the Obama administration over the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill.
National ICE Council president Chris Crane said the massive bill places little value on the opinions of experienced immigration law enforcement professionals.
In a six-part interview with TheDC, Crane explains how Congress, the Obama administration and the bipartisan group of eight senators who crafted the 867-page bill have shown no willingness to enforce immigration laws and have left ICE unable to do its job. more

What I want to know is if  Immigration Judges are Elected or Appointed?  I found this link earlier:  ‘Judge-by-Judge Asylum Decisions in Immigration CourtsFY 2007-2012′  in my normal surfing the web kind of way and ran across this list on Immigration and Judges who have the power to grant Amnesty.   Here is another link from TRACIMMIGRATION that seems worth knowing.  After much reading on this topic I  think that the Immigration Judges need to be elected not appointed.   ~shera~
 
Asylum Denial Rates by Nationality
FY 2000 – FY 2005
The Office of the Chief Immigration Judge has established a procedure that allows any person to file a complaint about the conduct of an Immigration Judge. Below are links to documents which describe how to file a complaint, the procedures used to process complaints, and statistics concerning the disposition of complaints. There is also a link to the Ethics and Professionalism Guide for Immigration Judges. source
NationalityNumber DecidedPercent DeniedRanking
Jamaica13892.01
Nicaragua32090.62
El Salvador2,81387.83
Dominican Republic10087.04
Mexico1,82985.85
Vietnam34285.46
Guyana40885.37
Ecuador17583.48
Haiti12,67583.29
Argentina33982.610
Cambodia11382.311
Honduras78082.212
Guatemala4,11881.513
Laos20080.514
Poland15580.015
Ghana28278.016
Philippines63175.817
Macedonia30975.118
Israel15674.419
Venezuela56174.020
Yemen28472.221
South Africa11071.822
Jordan36871.523
Brazil32571.424
Nigeria99771.125
Senegal19368.426
Angola11067.327
Indonesia4,28366.728
Syria22765.229
Colombia13,52464.230
Cuba52462.031
Turkey30561.332
Democratic Republic of Congo15761.133
Mauritania1,91960.734
Peru1,74760.635
Algeria25459.136
Lebanon58359.038
Pakistan2,23659.038
Latvia11358.439
Gambia24858.140
Armenia3,00557.341
Bangladesh1,57756.942
India5,89655.644
Sierra Leone1,14155.644
Ivory Coast (Cote D’Ivoire)39955.145
Kampuchea23654.246
Yugoslavia2,08053.547
China34,09353.348
Guinea1,39452.749
Togo50052.450
Kenya47052.151
Cameroon1,74052.052
Bulgaria52651.753
Burundi12551.254
Ukraine99951.155
Albania6,15450.957
Romania57650.957
Eritrea54550.858
Georgia60249.559
Ethiopia2,42049.360
United Kingdom10948.661
Uganda45148.162
Zimbabwe29047.963
Fiji89647.764
Sudan74546.665
Congo1,13946.567
Somalia2,24846.567
Serbia Montenegro22744.968
Iran1,82844.269
Sri Lanka1,13742.971
Stateless26642.971
Iraq1,52642.072
Liberia1,00039.974
Zaire16839.974
Azerbaijan30439.875
Nepal45138.876
Soviet Union22737.977
Rwanda17537.778
Kazakhstan25337.279
Russia2,80336.180
Byelorussia (Belarus)21834.481
Egypt1,82132.882
Uzebekistan43829.983
Afghanistan68229.084
Burma (Myanmar)84024.985
Note: Only nationalities with at least 100 decisions during this period listed.


Immigration Inspections When Arriving in the U.S.

Each day, over a million people from around the globe seek to enter the U.S. through one of about 317 designated “ports-of-entry”. Many enter by land, such as at entry stations near San Diego or Detroit. Others enter at international airports, such as JFK in New York or O’Hare in Chicago, or through seaports in Miami or elsewhere.
What Do Terms Mean?
Statistics presented here relate to events, not people. It is not unusual for business people, tourists, and others to leave and return to the U.S. several times in a single year. Such people will be counted multiple times in the government numbers that year — once each time they enter. This is because these statistics reflect counts of the number of entries or entry attempts at official land, air, and sea ports of entry.
“Let In” versus “Kept Out.” This report focuses on the critical decisions of immigration inspectors. Do they let you enter the county — that is walk or drive across the land border, or walk out the airport door into the U.S. upon arrival in this country?
TRAC has obtained government data that allows for a closer inspection of what happens to people when they appear at ports for entry into the country. This short summary report focuses on the process of gaining entry into the country at these official points of entry. It does not look at aliens without proper papers trying to slip across our border with Mexico and Canada in between these official entry stations. Reports on several aspects of controlling such cross-border entries into the US can be viewed at Immigration Reports.
The general process of entry into the U.S.

Immigration Judges Often Picked Based On GOP Ties

The Bush administration increasingly emphasized partisan political ties over expertise in recent years in selecting the judges who decide the fate of hundreds of thousands of immigrants, despite laws that preclude such considerations, according to an analysis by The Washington Post.
At least one-third of the immigration judges appointed by the Justice Department since 2004 have had Republican connections or have been administration insiders, and half lacked experience in immigration law, Justice Department, immigration court and other records show.
Two newly appointed immigration judges were failed candidates for the U.S. Tax Court nominated by President Bush; one fudged his taxes and the other was deemed unqualified to be a tax judge by the nation’s largest association of lawyers. Both were Republican loyalists.

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