Federal Register / Vol. 84, No. 165 / Monday, August 26, 2019
"This interim rule amends the regulations related to the internal organization of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (‘‘EOIR’’). This interim rule reflects...
Jeffrey S. Chase, Aug. 22, 2019
The following article first appeared on the online legal news service Law360. Thanks to editor Lisa Gomberg for inviting me to contribute my views on this topic.
"On Aug. 9, the U.S. Department of Justice filed...
NAIJ, Aug. 12, 2019
"Trump Administration Seeks to Silence Federal Immigration Judges’ Union
DOJ Files Legal Documents to End the Labor Rights of Judges
Retribution for Speaking Out and Exposing Problems in the Courts
Judges Make Bipartisan...
Ilyce Shugall, Aug. 4, 2019
"I have been an immigration lawyer dedicated to fairness and due process for immigrants my entire career. In 2015, convinced that my 18 years of experience as an advocate would make me a good immigration judge, I applied...
Matter of D-A-C-, 27 I&N Dec. 575 (BIA 2019) - Immigration Judges have the authority to deny an application for temporary protected status in the exercise of discretion.
Due Process, Immigration Judges, and Immigration Officers , by Prof. Richard J. Pierce, Jr., July 24, 2019
"The Supreme Court has long emphasized the requirement of a neutral decision maker as a critical component of the process that is due any...
Jeffrey S. Chase, July 5, 2019
"On July 2, the Department of Justice published final regulations impacting how decisions of immigration judges will be reviewed, both on appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals and by certification to the Attorney...
TRAC, May 23, 2019
"The hiring pace for new judges continues to be insufficient to keep up with the Immigration Court's workload. As a result, the court's backlog continues to climb. While 47 new judges were hired during the first six months...
NAIJ, May 13, 2019
"National Assn. of Immigration Judges Say DOJ’s “Myths v. Facts” Filled with Errors and Misinformation
DOJ Document Demonstrates the Need for an Independent Immigration Court Say Judges
This month the Department...
In May 2019 EOIR posted this " MYTHS vs FACTS ABOUT IMMIGRATION PROCEEDINGS ."
On May 13, 2019 a "Round Table" of former Immigration Judges and BIA members posted this reaction against EOIR "propaganda."
Also on May 13...
EOIR, Mar. 18, 2019
"The Executive Office for Immigration Review today announced the investiture of 31 new immigration judges."
Joseph Darius Jaafari, The Marshall Project, Mar. 20, 2019
"Migrants often speak languages that are little known in the U.S. (except maybe in New York City): K’iche’ from Central America, Urdu from Pakistan, Creole from Haiti. American...
Hamed Aleaziz, Buzzfeed News, Feb. 13, 2019
"Rebecca Jamil was sitting in a nondescript hotel ballroom in suburban Virginia when she realized that her dream job — being an immigration judge — was no longer tenable. It was June 11, 2018...
From time to time practitioners and clinicians will circulate IJ decisions on listservs and websites such as this one, www.bibdaily.com .
The raw number per year is low, given the random, volunteer sourcing.
If a publisher such as...
Kate Smith, CBS News, Jan. 23, 2019
"The nation's roughly 400 immigration judges are getting hit hard by the government shutdown: They're about to miss their second paycheck. About three-quarters have been furloughed and unable to work...