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Here is an email to all Immigration Courts from former Chief Immigration Judge Tracy Short, dated April 26, 2022, regarding taking cases off calendar:
"Pursuant to the authority to "ensure the efficient disposition of all pending cases," including "to set priorities" for the resolution of cases, "to direct that adjudication of certain cases be deferred," and to "otherwise to manage the docket of matters to be decided by the immigration judges," 8 C.F.R. § 1003.9(b), I have determined that certain cases should be taken off the court's calendar. Cases may be selected to be taken off the court's calendar for the following reason(s)..."
Related news here. Hats off to the FOIA requestor F. Evan Benz!