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2005 - 2004

  • Update on the Immigration Court in New Orleans (12/13/2005)
    EOIR advises that the Immigration Court in New Orleans is scheduled to reopen.
    AILA Doc. No. 05121364.
  • EOIR Responses to AILA's Liaison Questions (10/17/05)(55 KB - 11/23/2005)
    Liaison issues addressed with EOIR included such topics as asylum clock issues, the new biometrics and security check process, Succar adjustments, discovery, bond appeals, video conferencing, REAL ID, selection of IJs, clerical errors, and issues relating to children.
    AILA Doc. No. 05112371.
  • EOIR Responses to AILA's Liaison Questions (3/16/05)(48 KB - 5/12/2005)
    Liaison issues addressed with EOIR included such topics as e-filing, asylum clock issues, application in Immigration Courts of recent circuit court and BIA decisions, FOIA, the new security clearance regulations, among other pressing issues.
    AILA Doc. No. 05051268.
  • EOIR Posts Notice Regarding Rejection of Motions Filed on EOIR-26 Forms (2/17/2005)
    The Executive Office for Immigration Review advises that, commencing 2/7/05, it will reject motions filed on EOIR-26 notice of appeal forms.
    AILA Doc. No. 05021760.
  • EOIR Responses to AILA's Liaison Questions (9/30/04) (11/1/2004)
    Liaison issues addressed with EOIR included local court rules, payment of fees, St. Cyr relief, publication of decisions, prima facie removability, judicial performance, video hearings, venue changes, "front desking", FOIA, impact of ICE's detention program, and EOIR's pro bono program.
    AILA Doc. No. 04110113.
  • EOIR to Start National Video Immigration Court (6/16/2004)
    EOIR announced at the 2004 AILA annual conference that, on July 19, 2004, it will start a national immigration court to handle by video hearing overflow cases from other courts. It will start with the New Orleans docket. Charles Adkins-Blanch and David Neal will be the judges.
    AILA Doc. No. 04061664.
  • EOIR Responses to AILA's Liaison Questions (3/4/04) (3/19/2004)
    Liaison issues addressed with EOIR included the publication of decisions, I-551 stamps, impact of pending petitions, status of the St. Cyr regulation, use of technology in courtrooms, e-filing, faxing of motions, scheduling of hearings, and periods of voluntary departure granted by the BIA.
    AILA Doc. No. 04031915.
 
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