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Immigration Judge, Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura, Orlando, Florida

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Rafael Segura-Ortiz | Immigration Judge, Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura, Orlando, Florida
Browse: Home / Uncategorized / Immigration Judge, Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura, Orlando, Florida Immigration Judge, Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura, Orlando, Florida Judge Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura FY 2002 - 2007, Orlando Immigration Court Judge Ortiz-Segura was appointed as an Immigration Judge in January 1994. Prior to his appointment in Orlando in May 1997, he was an Immigration Judge in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Judge Ortiz-Segura received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976, and a Juris Doctorate in 1979, both from the University of Puerto Rico. From 1988 to 1994, he worked as a general attorney for the former Immigration and Naturalization Service in San Juan, Puerto Rico. During this period, Judge Ortiz-Segura is recorded as deciding 2481 asylum claims on their merits. Of these, he granted 1229, gave 3 conditional grants, and denied 1249. Converted to percentage terms, Ortiz-Segura denied 50.3 percent and granted (including conditional grants) 49.7 percent. Nationwide Comparisons Compared to Judge Ortiz-Segura's denial rate of 50.3 percent, nationally during this same period, immigration court judges denied 59.8 percent of asylum claims. In the Orlando Immigration Court where Judge Ortiz-Segura was based, judges there denied asylum 51.7 percent of the time. Judge Ortiz-Segura can also be ranked compared to each of the 267 individual immigration judges serving during this period who rendered at least one hundred decisions in a city's immigration court. If judges were ranked from 1 to 267 - where 1 represented the highest denial percent and 267 represented the lowest - Judge Ortiz-Segura here receives a rank of 204. In the case of Judge Ortiz-Segura, 9.8% were not represented by an attorney. For Judge Ortiz-Segura, the largest group of asylum seekers appearing before him came from Colombia. Individuals from this nation made up 46.5 % of his caseload. Other nationalities in descending order of frequency appearing before Judge Ortiz-Segura were: Haiti (26.7 %), Venezuela (6.9%), China (4.2%), Albania (2.3%).


Judge Rafael Ortiz-Segura | The Pappas Group

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Judge Rafael Ortiz-Segura
FY 2006 - 2011, Orlando Immigration Court Judge Ortiz-Segura was appointed as an Immigration Judge in January 1994. Prior to his appointment in Orlando in May 1997, he was an Immigration Judge in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Judge Ortiz-Segura received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976, and a Juris Doctorate in 1979, both from the University of Puerto Rico. From 1988 to 1994, he worked as a general attorney for the former Immigration and Naturalization Service in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Detailed data on Judge Ortiz-Segura decisions were examined for the period covering fiscal years 2006 through 2011 During this period, Judge Ortiz-Segura is recorded as deciding 1649 asylum claims on their merits. Of these, he granted 791, gave no conditional grants, and denied 856. Converted to percentage terms, Ortiz-Segura denied 51.9 percent and granted (including conditional grants) 48.1 percent. Nationwide Comparisons Compared to Judge Ortiz-Segura's denial rate of 51.9 percent, nationally during this same period, immigration court judges denied 53.2 percent of asylum claims. In the Orlando Immigration Court where Judge Ortiz-Segura was based, judges there denied asylum 61.2 percent of the time. Judge Ortiz-Segura can also be ranked compared to each of the 256 individual immigration judges serving during this period who rendered at least one hundred decisions in a city's immigration court. If judges were ranked from 1 to 256 - where 1 represented the highest denial percent and 256 represented the lowest - Judge Ortiz-Segura here receives a rank of 167. In the case of Judge Ortiz-Segura, 8.9% were not represented by an attorney. For Judge Ortiz-Segura, the largest group of asylum seekers appearing before him came from Haiti. Individuals from this nation made up 35.8 % of his caseload. Other nationalities in descending order of frequency appearing before Judge Ortiz-Segura were: Colombia (24.3 %), Venezuela (14.6%), China (3.9%), Albania (3.1%).


Judges | The Pappas Group

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Immigration Judge, Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura, Orlando, Florida
Judge Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura FY 2002 - 2007, Orlando Immigration Court Judge Ortiz-Segura was appointed as an Immigration Judge in January 1994. Prior to his appointment in Orlando in May 1997, he was an Immigration Judge in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Judge Ortiz-Segura received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976, and a Juris Doctorate [...]


KRT Wire | 03/29/2004 | Chorus joins Iraqi-born Florida man in protesting deportation

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In November, Immigration Court Judge Rafael Ortiz-Segura scheduled a hearing for Oct. 22.Since then, Al-Sabunchi's case has attracted civil rights groups that see it as an example of the government's ill treatment of immigrants of Muslim or Arab descent since 9-11.


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Immigration Judge, Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura, Orlando, Florida
Judge Rafael B. Ortiz-Segura FY 2002 - 2007, Orlando Immigration Court Judge Ortiz-Segura was appointed as an Immigration Judge in January 1994. Prior to his appointment in Orlando in May 1997, he was an Immigration Judge in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Judge Ortiz-Segura received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976, and a Juris Doctorate in 1979, [...]


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