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“The expedited removal system is already unconstitutional in our view,” Gelernt said. “This extension will only increase the illegality.”
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“Should they be carrying their passports with them? Should they be carrying immigration papers with them at all times? ”Leopold said. “How do we answer the question, 'Papers please?'