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Andrea Castillo

Andrea Castillo covers immigration. Before joining the Los Angeles Times, she covered immigrant, ethnic and LGBT issues for the Fresno Bee. She got her start at the Oregonian in Portland. A native of Seattle, she’s been making her way down the West Coast since her graduation from Washington State University.
Más jueces de inmigración llegarán a L.A., ¿pero esto aliviará el segundo mayor retraso de casos de la nación?

En la actualidad, hay 351 jueces en alrededor de 60 tribunales en todo el país, frente a los 273 que había en 2016.

More immigration judges are coming to L.A. Will that alleviate the nation's second-largest backlog?

There are 351 judges in about 60 immigration courts around the country, up from 273 judges in 2016. The Trump administration aims to double the number of judges active when he took office.

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