Get the Facts on Deportation Cases in New York

When we put out data at TRAC, we typically focus on providing a national snapshot of deportation cases. However, I wanted to experiment with providing data on a specific geography — in this case, New York — as a resource for journalists, researchers, and the public who often tell me they want information on cases a little closer to home.

For that reason, I created the following fact sheet on key data points on deportation cases in the State of New York prepare from our data at Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), a research institute at Syracuse University. Links to the original data is included in each bullet point.

New Deportation Cases

Immigration Court Backlog

Outcome of Deportation Cases

Outcome of Asylum Cases

Bond Hearings

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I study America’s immigration enforcement system. Assistant Professor at TRAC. Graduate of OSU Geography. Online at austinkocher.com.

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Austin Kocher, PhD

I study America’s immigration enforcement system. Assistant Professor at TRAC. Graduate of OSU Geography. Online at austinkocher.com.