Can toddlers really represent themselves in immigration court?

Can toddlers really represent themselves in immigration court?

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How do children answer immigration court questions? About as well as you'd expect. A senior Justice Department immigration judge told the ACLU that 3- and 4-year-olds can learn immigration law well enough to represent themselves in court. We disagree. No child should face a judge alone.
 
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