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AILA Doc. No. 18062538 | Dated June 25, 2018 | File Size: 182 KDownload the Document
EOIR published notice regarding the creation of a voluntary pilot program to test an expansion of electronic filing of cases filed with the immigration courts and the BIA. Notice describes the procedures for participation in the pilot program, which will be in effect from 7/16/18 through 7/31/19. Initially, expanded electronic filing will be available in six immigration courts, but will be expanded to all remaining courts and the BIA incrementally. Eligible attorneys and accredited representatives may choose to participate at any time during the pilot program and will be permitted to continue using electronic filing throughout the pendency of electronically filed cases. (83 FR 29575, 6/25/18)
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Executive Office for Immigration Review
[EOIR Docket No. 18-0202]
EOIR Electronic Filing Pilot Program
AGENCY: Executive Office for Immigration Review, Department of Justice.
ACTION: Public notice.
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