EOIR Update

Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Is Postponing All Non-Detained Hearings

EOIR is postponing all non-detained hearings (including non-detained individual merits hearings). See more information below.

EOIR Statement:

Attributable to an EOIR spokesperson:

Due to EOIR’s continuing evaluation of information from local, regional, state, and federal officials regarding the coronavirus pandemic, the agency is postponing non-detained hearings nationwide. As a result, the following immigration court locations are closed:

  • Atlanta-W. Peachtree Street
  • Charlotte
  • Houston-S. Gessner Road
  • Louisville
  • Memphis
  • New York City-Broadway
  • New York City-Federal Plaza
  • Newark
  • Sacramento

These postponements and closures are effective March 18, 2020, through April 10, 2020. Detained cases will be heard as scheduled.

Case status and hearing date information on the automated case information hotline and online application may not be updated for those cases postponed due to operational changes during the coronavirus pandemic. Following the issuance of a new hearing notice, such information will be updated. As always, court documents such as notices are your official source of information.

Murray Osorio PLLC will continue to forward any updates as soon as we get them. Please reach out to us if you have questions or concerns.

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