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Immigration Law

Barr Appoints Four New ACIJs; Two Have No Experience

[NOTE: Two of the four new ACIJs have no immigration law experience, yet they will hear cases.]

EOIR, May 22, 2020

"The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) today announced four new assistant chief immigration judges (ACIJs). ACIJs are responsible for overseeing the operations of the immigration courts to which they are assigned. In addition to their management responsibilities, these Attorney General appointees will hear cases. Biographical information follows..."