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AILA Doc. No. 20042931 | Dated May 5, 2020 | File Size: 3012 KDownload the Document
On April 21, 2020, AILA and the American Immigration Council obtained via FOIA litigation the Executive Office for Immigration Review’s (EOIR) Immigration Judge (IJ) and Appellate Immigration Judge (AIJ) Hiring Process, approved by Attorney General Barr on March 8, 2019. This document revises both the immigration judge hiring process implemented on March 28, 2018, (see Tab B) and the process for hiring Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) members implemented on September 12, 2007, (see Tab C).
Read the May 4, 2020, CQ Roll Call story entitled, "DOJ hiring changes may help Trump’s plan to curb immigration" highlighting the plan.
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