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  • EOIR Issues New Form EOIR-31 (11/28/2005)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review has issued a new Form EOIR-31, "Request for Recognition of a Non-Profit Religious, Charitable, Social Service, or Similar Organization."
    AILA Doc. No. 05112860.
  • Notice of Asylee Eligibility for ORR Assistance (2/17/2005)
    The Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Refugee Resettlement notice provides information on asylee eligibility for services and asssistance through that office.
    AILA Doc. No. 05021763.
  • EOIR Pro Bono Program Evaluation (2/17/2005)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review BIA Pro Bono Project Evaluation provides information regarding the improvement in quality of pro bono representation, access for individuals in proceedings, and provides recommendations for future enhancements.
    AILA Doc. No. 05021764.
  • MTRs under Barahona-Gomez v. Ashcroft Due by 3/20/05 (2/17/2005)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review notice advises that 3/20/05 is the deadline for eligible class members to file Motions to Reopen under Barahona-Gomez v. Ashcroft (addressing certain suspension cases barred from approval due to the 4,000 annual cap concerns).
    AILA Doc. No. 05021761.
  • EOIR Notice to Conditional Asylees Granted Full Benefits for FY2004 (Updated 12/27/04) (12/17/2004)
    EOIR announced that notices have been sent to individuals granted conditional asylum, based on resistance to coercive population control, who now are eligible for full asylum benefits.
    AILA Doc. No. 04121761.
  • White House Counsel Gonzales Selected to Replace Ashcroft as New Attorney General (11/10/2004)
    President Bush announced on 11/10/04 that he nominated Alberto Gonzales, current White House counsel, to fill the position of Attorney General.
    AILA Doc. No. 04111070.
  • EOIR Press Release on Final Rule Implementing St. Cyr Decision (10/7/2004)
    EOIR press release on the final rule establishing procedures for 212(c) applications for eligible lawful permanent residents with certain criminal convictions obtained by plea agreements prior to 4/1/97. Eligible individuals must apply for relief by filing special motions on or before 4/26/05.
    AILA Doc. No. 04100762.
  • EOIR Memo on Unaccompanied Minors in Proceedings(494 KB - 10/5/2004)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) memo defines "unaccompanied alien child," limiting the child's age to under 18; discusses modifications of courtroom settings and appropriate courtroom procedures; and addresses specified coding for unaccompanied minors' cases.
    AILA Doc. No. 04100568.
  • EOIR Fact Sheet on BIA Streamlining(537 KB - 9/21/2004)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Fact Sheet summarizes EOIR's assessment of the Board of Immigration Appeals' streamlining procedure with respect to backlog reduction and appeals to the Federal Circuit Courts.
    AILA Doc. No. 04092161.
  • Proposed Settlement on Behalf of White Males Not Selected as IJs (Updated 9/16/04)(116 KB - 9/13/2004)
    Notice of proposed $11.5 million settlement agreement in an EEOC action on behalf of white males not selected as immigration judges during 1994 and 1995. Updated to change date of fairness hearing.
    AILA Doc. No. 04091364.
  • EOIR Fact Sheet on Professional Conduct for Immigration Practitioners(488 KB - 8/19/2004)
    EOIR fact sheet providing rules and procedures for professional conduct for immigration practitioners, including general provisions, grounds for imposing sanctions, immediate suspensions, reinstatement, and forms. Fact sheet also includes Q&As.
    AILA Doc. No. 04081959.
  • EOIR Fact Sheet of Forms of Relief in Proceedings (8/16/2004)
    EOIR Fact Sheet addresses the most frequently requested forms of relief in removal proceedings, including voluntary departure, cancellation of removal, asylum, adjustment of status, motions to reopen/reconsider, stay of removal, and administrative and judicial appeals.
    AILA Doc. No. 04081660.
  • EOIR Issues Fact Sheet on Representatives in Immigration Proceedings (8/2/2004)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Fact Sheet addresses who may represent foreign nationals in immigration proceedings, including attorneys, recognized organizations, accredited representatives, qualified representatives, and free legal service providers.
    AILA Doc. No. 04080164.
  • EOIR Fact Sheet on the Immigration Court Process (Updated 4/28/05)(508 KB - 8/1/2004)
    EOIR fact sheet addressing the immigration court process and outlining the types of immigration hearings, including removal, bond redetermination, relief from removal, asylum, expedited removal, CAT protection, and more.
    AILA Doc. No. 04080165.
  • EOIR Announces Installation of Headquarters Immigration Court (7/23/2004)
    HQIC was established on 7/19/04. Located in Falls Church, VA, the court has two immigration judges (IJ), and all cases are heard via video-teleconferencing. HQIC takes up cases from any of the 52 other courts nationwide. Information is included on jurisdiction, venue, filing and the IJs.
    AILA Doc. No. 04072366.
  • Revised BIA Practice Manual Now Available (6/29/2004)
    EOIR has updated its BIA Practice Manual and Q&As.
    AILA Doc. No. 04062912.
  • DOJ Issues Assessment on U.S. Efforts to Combat Trafficking(2625 KB - 6/21/2004)
    DOJ June 2004 report on U.S. Executive and Legislative Branch efforts to protect and assist human trafficking victims, prosecute traffickers, and improve international coordination in preventing trafficking in persons.
    AILA Doc. No. 04062162.
  • South Texas District Court Issues Sentences in Human Trafficking and Sex Slave Prosecution; Victims Receive Immigration Assistance (1/30/2004)
    Victims of Human Trafficking and Sex Slave cases receive immigration and refugee assistance provided for by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, while their abusers are sentenced to lengthy prison terms.
    AILA Doc. No. 04013042.
 
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