What is the Executive Office for Immigration Review?

///What is the Executive Office for Immigration Review?
executive office for immigration reviewThe Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) is a part of the U.S. Department of Justice and is responsible for hearing immigration cases in the U.S.  EOIR is an administrative agency and also includes the Board of Immigration Appeals.Executive Office for Immigration Review is chiefly responsible for conducting all removal hearings to decide whether immigrants will be deported from the U.S.  There are approximately 58 courts around the U.S.New Jersey, for example, has an immigration court in Newark for non-detained cases.  That means if you are not presently being detained by immigration, live in the district of New Jersey, and find yourself in removal proceedings your matter will be heard in Newark, N.J.  If you are detained and find yourself in removal proceedings, your matter will likely be hard in Elizabeth, NJ.

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