8 CFR 1003.9 - Office of the Chief Immigration Judge

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  • Appellate Procedures and Decisional Finality in Immigration Proceedings; Administrative Closure
    • United States
    • Executive Office For Immigration Review
    • Invalid date
    ...close cases with references in those provisions to the ``disposition'' of cases and with the provisions of 8 CFR 1003.1(a)(2)(i)(C) and 8 CFR 1003.9(b)(3) which assign authority to defer case adjudications to the Board Chairman and the Chief Immigration Judge rather than to all Board member......
  • FREE ENT. FUND v. PUBLIC CO. ACCTG. OVERSIGHT BD., No. 08-861.
    • United States
    • United States Supreme Court
    • December 7, 2009
    ...such an exception apply to an administrative law judge who also has important administrative duties beyond pure adjudication? See, e.g., 8 CFR § 1003.9, 34 CFR § 81.4 (2009). The Court elsewhere suggests that its rule may be limited to removal statutes that provide for "judicial review of a......
  • In re Castro-Tum, Interim Decision #3926
    • United States
    • U.S. DOJ Board of Immigration Appeals
    • May 17, 2018
    ...indefinite suspensions. Finally, regulations empowering the Chief Immigration Judge and the Chairman of the Board to manage dockets—8 C.F.R. § 1003.9(b)(1) and 8 C.F.R. § 1003.1(a)(2)(i)(A)—grant no express authority to administratively close cases, and cannot reasonably be interpreted to i......
  • In re Castro-Tum, Interim Decision #3926
    • United States
    • U.S. DOJ Board of Immigration Appeals
    • May 17, 2018
    ...dockets. Subject to the supervision of the Director of EOIR, both administrators may "[i]ssue operational instructions and policy." 8 C.F.R. § 1003.9(b)(1) (Chief Immigration Judge); id. § 1003.1(a)(2)(i)(A) (Chairman). They have the power "to set priorities or time frames for the resolutio......
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  • FREE ENT. FUND v. PUBLIC CO. ACCTG. OVERSIGHT BD., No. 08-861.
    • United States
    • United States Supreme Court
    • December 7, 2009
    ...such an exception apply to an administrative law judge who also has important administrative duties beyond pure adjudication? See, e.g., 8 CFR § 1003.9, 34 CFR § 81.4 (2009). The Court elsewhere suggests that its rule may be limited to removal statutes that provide for "judicial review of a......
  • In re Castro-Tum, Interim Decision #3926
    • United States
    • U.S. DOJ Board of Immigration Appeals
    • May 17, 2018
    ...indefinite suspensions. Finally, regulations empowering the Chief Immigration Judge and the Chairman of the Board to manage dockets—8 C.F.R. § 1003.9(b)(1) and 8 C.F.R. § 1003.1(a)(2)(i)(A)—grant no express authority to administratively close cases, and cannot reasonably be interpreted to i......
  • In re Castro-Tum, Interim Decision #3926
    • United States
    • U.S. DOJ Board of Immigration Appeals
    • May 17, 2018
    ...dockets. Subject to the supervision of the Director of EOIR, both administrators may "[i]ssue operational instructions and policy." 8 C.F.R. § 1003.9(b)(1) (Chief Immigration Judge); id. § 1003.1(a)(2)(i)(A) (Chairman). They have the power "to set priorities or time frames for the resolutio......
  • Stevens v. U.S. Attorney Gen., No. 16-12007
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (11th Circuit)
    • December 15, 2017
    ...of the Chief Immigration Judge, who has "no authority to direct the result of an adjudication assigned to another immigration judge." 8 C.F.R. § 1003.9(b), (c). And an Immigration Judge's decisions are reviewed on appeal by the BIA: a division of the EOIR separate and apart from the Office ......
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