Immigration Appellate Litigation Post-Deportation: A Humanitarian Conundrum

Immigration Appellate Litigation Post-Deportation: A Humanitarian Conundrum (Geoffrey A. Hoffman, Nimra Chowdhry & Martha Chase, Houston Law Review: Off the Record, Vol. 5:2 (2015)) This Article raises awareness concerning an injustice caused by our current immigration system in the United States. It explains the facts and procedural history of one person’s fight to remain in the United States, and his ultimate physical deportation while his pro se case was still pending before the Fifth Circuit. Although such a deportation is not currently Read More

Deportations as Theaters of Inequality

Deportations as Theaters of Inequality (Amy Reed-Sandoval, Public Affairs Quarterly, Vol. 29, No. 2, April 2015) In this paper, I argue that deportations often serve as “theaters of inequality” that reinforce the unjust, widely held perception that Latina/os and Latin Americans do not belong in the united States and can therefore be treated as inferiors. My analysis focuses on the United States but is intended to be applicable to other states and contexts. Working within a relational egalitarian framework, I Read More