Collection of Posts on New Immigration Judges

The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) publishes a news release when it swears in new immigration judges. We often post updates to the blog here at myattorneyusa.com when new immigration judges are sworn in. In this post, we will keep a running index of all of our posts on immigration investiture ceremonies. To learn about the eligibility requirements for immigration judges, please see our related post on that subject [see blog].

Immigration Judges Appointed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions

February 8, 2018 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Five new immigration judges sworn in to serve on five immigration courts: Adelanto Immigration Court; Atlanta Immigration Court; Elizabeth Immigration Court; Portland Immigration Court; and San Francisco Immigration Court

December 11, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

One new immigration judge sworn in to serve on the Los Angeles Immigration Court

November 6, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Seven new immigration judges sworn in to serve on five immigration courts: Houston Immigration Court; Los Angeles Immigration Court; Philadelphia Immigration Court; San Antonio Immigration Court (2); and San Francisco Immigration Court (2)

August 14, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Nine new immigration judges sworn in to serve on seven immigration courts: Bloomington Immigration Court; Boston Immigration Court; Cleveland Immigration Court; Harlingen Immigration Court; New York City Immigration Court (2); San Antonio Immigration Court; and San Francisco Immigration Court (2)

July 13, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

One new immigration judge sworn in to serve on the New York City Immigration Court

Immigration Judges Appointed by Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch

April 10, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Fourteen new immigration judges sworn in to serve on twelve immigration courts: Atlanta Immigration Court; Boston Immigration Court; Florence Immigration Court; Imperial Immigration Court; Los Angeles Immigration Court; Miami Immigration Court (2); Miami Krome Immigration Court; New York City Immigration Court (2); Omaha Immigration Court; San Antonio Immigration Court; and Varick Street Immigration Court

February 6, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Twelve new immigration judges were sworn in to serve on eight immigration courts: Arlington Immigration Court; Aurora Immigration Court; Harlingen Immigration Court; Houston Immigration Court (2); Los Angeles Immigration Court; Miami Immigration Court; New York City Immigration Court; and San Francisco Immigration Court (4)

June 26, 2017 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Fifteen new immigration judges were sworn in to serve on nine immigration courts: Adelanto Immigration Court (2); Denver Immigration Court (2); Houston Immigration Court; Kansas City Immigration Court (2); Los Angeles Immigration Court (3); Pearsall Immigration Court; Philadelphia Immigration Court; Port Isabel Immigration Court (2); and York Immigration Court

February 1, 2016 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Nine new immigration judges were sworn in to serve on six immigration courts: Buffalo Immigration Court; Dallas Immigration Court (2); Detroit Immigration Court (2); Newark Immigration Court (2); New York Immigration Court; and San Antonio Immigration Court

November 6, 2015 Investiture Ceremony [see blog]

Two new immigration judges were sworn in to serve on two immigration courts: Las Vegas Immigration Court and San Francisco Immigration Court

Assistant Chief Immigration Judges

We also have one post detailing the November 12, 2015 announcement of the appointment of six new assistant chief immigration judges [see blog]. Assistant chief immigration judges perform managerial roles, overseeing the operations of immigration courts to which they are assigned. They continue to hear cases in addition to their managerial responsibilities.

Conclusion

We will continue to update this index as we post blogs about new immigration judges being sworn in. To learn about specific immigration issues that may arise before immigration judges, please see the various categories of articles on our website.