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Deportation Accountability Project

DEAP fights for dignity, due process, and documentation in every deportation case until deportations end by collecting data relating to proceedings in order to facilitate AI analysis of decisions of immigration judges with the lowest grant rates.

Today's Balance
$55.90
Estimated Annual Budget
$479
FOIA fees
$5,000
per year

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We pay between $4 and $5 per FOIA request to Muckrock, our FOIA service provider. In return, Muckrock files our FOIAs, automatically follows up, an... Read more

$8.79 USD of $100 USD raised (9%)

$5 USD

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Become a founding member of DEAP and get full access to our immigration court data, analysis and behind the scenes updates Read more

$0.00 USD of $5,000 USD / month raised (0%)

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Each written decision of an immigration judge costs us approximately $25 in FOIA fees. A $25 donation allows us to add another immigration judge de... Read more

$47.90 USD of $5,000 USD raised (1%)

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Making a public library of immigration judge decisions

Top financial contributors

1
Aleksandar Pjevalica

$250 USD since Jul 2021

2
Rebecca Bischoff

$100 USD since Sep 2021

3
Gail Bischoff

$50 USD since Sep 2021

4
Maria Filar

$25 USD since Sep 2021

5
Catherine G

$25 USD since Sep 2021

6
Brooke Bischoff

$20 USD since Apr 2021

7
Jackie Kelley

$20 USD since Sep 2021

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Incognito

$10 USD since Aug 2021

Deportation Accountability Project is all of us

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Brooke Bischoff

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$20 USD

Aleksandar Pj...

$250 USD

Rebecca Bischoff

$100 USD

Gail Bischoff

$50 USD

Maria Filar

Make One Deportation Decisi...

$25 USD

Catherine G

Make One Deportation Decisi...

$25 USD

Jackie Kelley

$20 USD

Incognito

Cover the cost of filing a ...

$10 USD

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Today’s balance

$55.90 USD

Total raised

$454.42 USD

Total disbursed

$398.52 USD

Estimated annual budget

$479.42 USD

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News from Deportation Accountability Project

Updates on our activities and progress.

A long, slow slog towards accountability

First, I want to say thank you. After just one fundraising email to only family and friends, we've received support to file almost $400 worth of FOIA requests to bring deportation decisions into the public light. W...
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Published on September 26, 2021 by Brooke Bischoff

Opening up deportation data means opening up FOIAs

It's been a busy few months here at DEAP HQ as our initial trial balloon FOIAs were sent and processed and we've been working in the background continually updating our website to make it as easy as possible to search and analyze the data t...
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Published on August 7, 2021 by Brooke Bischoff

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The Deportation Accountability Project seeks to ensure dignity, due process, and documentation in every deportation case until deportations end. To this end, DEAP will operate in a two-fold manner to provide services to under-resourced immigration attorneys to ensure best practices in immigration court, and 2) collecting and utilizing currently unavailable data relating to deportation proceedings in order to facilitate AI analysis of decisions of immigration judges with the lowest grant rates and targetted appeals of those judges based on the identified issues. 

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