I am pleased to share that my next book project, Is Immigration Court Unfair? Procedural Justice, Deportation, and Immigrant Legal Consciousness, is now under contract with NYU Press. Situated by in-depth interviews with Central Americans in the removal (deportation) process, their family members, and the attorneys who represent them, the book examines perceptions of justice in America's immigration court. Engaging with both criminological and sociolegal literature, this book reveals how and why the normative rules of fairness, legitimacy, and compliance do not apply in the immigration context. Ultimately, informed by extensive mixed methods fieldwork and examined through the lens of the deportation, the book presents a case for a holistic reimagining of procedural justice and a radical reimagining of deportation.