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Immigration CourtCurrently, there is a backlog of over 3 million cases in Immigration Court. By clearing low-priority cases, the American Immigration Lawyers Association estimates this would include at least 700,000 low-priority cases. ICE has not released their estimate of how many cases would be cleared under this plan.

What is your best strategy for winning your case in Immigration Court?  Immigration Judges determine whether you are subject to deportation and rule on applications for asylum, adjustment of status, cancellation of removal and various types of waivers.

Which Immigration Courts are open during the pandemic? Find out by clicking the Immigration Courts Operational Status link.

There are over 1,000,000 pending cases before the courts and the number is growing. Some Judge’s calendars are backlogged for 3 years or more. A Judge’s decision may be appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).  The Courts and the BIA are part of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR).

Generally, a BIA decision can be appealed to the appropriate U.S. Court of Appeals and from there to the US Supreme Court.

You can stay up-to-date with immigration laws and procedures by subscribing to our Free E-Mail Newsletter. Also, see our Coronavirus – Immigration Updates page.


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  • Winning Your Case in Immigration Court Learn how to win your case before an Immigration Judge. The government must first prove that you are deportable from the US. Are you eligible to apply for adjustment for status, waivers, asylum, cancellation of removal or registry?



  • Asylum: Winning Your Case A person with a “well-founded fear” of persecution if they return to their home country may apply for asylum before the USCIS and a person in removal proceedings may apply for asylum before an Immigration Judge.






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