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Immigration Law: Regulatory Information

This guide provides information about resources related to U.S. immigration law.

Immigration Law Judges

Immigration judges are administrative law judges who adjudicate exclusion, deportation and removal cases. These judges work in the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) and are overseen by the U.S. Attorney General. The rules governing an attorney's practice and procedure in an immigration court are outlined in 8 C.F.R. pt. 1003. The EOIR has also created an Immigration Court Practice Manual that is very helpful for those appearing before an immigration judge.

Published Rules and Decisions of the BIA

PRECEDENT DECISIONS

CURRENT DECISIONS

Recommended Electronic Resources

Attorney General  of the United States Loretta E. Lynch (https://www.justice.gov/ag)

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY

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