Even more absurd and unjust are the constraints placed on immigration judges to limit their ability to judge when deciding cases.
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Non-citizens may serve in the U.S. military as long as they are legal permanent residents, and many do. But immigration law requires the permanent deportation of every non-citizen convicted of one of a long list of criminal offenses.
Hundreds or possibly thousands of military veterans have been deported for life from the United States. No one knows exactly how many. No U.S. government agency keeps track. Should they?
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