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AILA Doc. No. 21050334 | Dated March 29, 2022
The immigration courts require urgent attention to address the 1.3 million case backlog that is severely delaying resolution on all cases—with an average wait time exceeding four years—including cases that require urgent attention, such as those seeking asylum and humanitarian relief. The following resources explain how the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) can reprioritize cases on the docket by removing nonpriority matters. Additional solutions to address the systemic challenges of the immigration court can be found on AILA’s immigration court featured issues page.
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