For years, Kansas City’s immigration court has been served by two judges. One retired last fall and the other is expected to retire by early summer. Kansas City’s situation is a microcosm of what is happening nationally — packed dockets with too many immigration cases to be heard by too few judges.
For years, Kansas City’s immigration court has been served by two judges. One retired last fall and the other is expected to retire by early summer. Kansas City’s situation is a microcosm of what is happening nationally — packed dockets with too many immigration cases to be heard by too few judges. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
For years, Kansas City’s immigration court has been served by two judges. One retired last fall and the other is expected to retire by early summer. Kansas City’s situation is a microcosm of what is happening nationally — packed dockets with too many immigration cases to be heard by too few judges. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

Kansas City immigration courts, like those nationwide, endure staggering backlogs

May 07, 2015 05:09 PM