June 16, 2024

Supreme Court rules against migrants in key deportation ruling

Many of America's liberals enjoy it when it is made easier for illegal immigrants to take advantage of the system, because they then feel like these people will then owe Democrats a vote.

Those liberals just got word that they're being dealt a major setback.

According to The New York Times, America's "Supreme Court rules against migrants in dispute over deportation hearing notices."

Justice Samuel Alito authored the controversial 5-4 majority decision, which saw the Supreme Court softening "the provisions of Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) by ruling against three consolidated noncitizen petitioners who received deficient paperwork from the government -- and generally making it easier for immigration officials to kick people out of the country."

The Supreme Court decision came via Campos-Chaves v. Garland, which touched on scenarios in which immigrants were sent a "notice to appear" (NTA) in front of an immigration judge.

Apparently, the first version of these NTAs did not include a date nor a time that they were supposed to appear.

Despite being sent at least one follow-up notice that DID include the correct date and time, the migrants did not show up to their hearings.

An immigration judge then ordered that the migrants should be removed from the country.

The migrants argued that since the first notices were missing information and didn't fall in line with statutory requirements, that the decision to remove them should be voided.

America's Supreme Court did NOT agree.

According to, "the Supreme Court has ruled that so long as the government eventually sends an immigrant notice containing the correct date and time information, the removal process can be initiated."

This outcome represents a victory for common sense in America.

That doesn't happen often these days, so we need to appreciate it while we can!

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