Ever wonder how someone is placed in removal proceedings?
Do you know what to expect when you (or someone you know) appear in front of an immigration judge?
Do you know the difference between a “credible fear interview” and a “reasonable fear interview”?
Do you know your options after an immigration judge makes a decision in your case?
The Executive Office for Immigration Review, the branch of the U.S. Justice Department under which the immigration courts operate, has issued a “Fact Sheet” providing an agency overview at a glance. Check it out!
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