Deporting the Mentally Ill
Mentally ill individuals detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement are not provided legal representation when facing deportation hearings. This means those incapable of representing themselves before an immigration judge face a greater risk of being wrongly deported, according to a new report issued by Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union.
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