DOJ announces non-detained immigrant hearings postponed through May 1
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DOJ announces non-detained immigrant hearings postponed through May 1

The US Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) announced via Twitter Monday evening that hearings in non-detained immigration cases will be postponed until May 1.

The EOIR said that immigration courts are open for detainee hearings, including bond hearings, where applicable. Operational status of courts nationwide are updated on the office’s website.

Last week, the office postponed hearings related to the Migrant Protection Protocols, known as the Remain in Mexico policy, through April 22.

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