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The Executive Office for Immigration Review (``EOIR'') is proposing to implement electronic filing and records applications for all cases before the immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals (``BIA''). The proposed rule would update the relevant regulations necessary to implement these electronic filing and records applications,...
The Department of Justice (``Department'' or ``DOJ'') is proposing to define ``good cause,'' in the context of continuances, adjournments, and postponements, in its immigration regulations.
The Department of Justice (``Department'') proposes to amend Executive Office for Immigration Review (``EOIR'') regulations governing the filing and adjudication of motions to reopen and reconsider and to add regulations governing requests for discretionary stays of removal.