EOIR Establishes New YouTube Channel for Stakeholders

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On December 21, 2016, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) announced that it has established a new YouTube channel “to offer its stakeholders another medium in which to acquire information about its policy and programs.” This new channel will provide EOIR stakeholders with training sessions and information on EOIR processes and news. For example, the first training session posted on the EOIR's YouTube channel is a training session on its recently issued final rule, “Recognition of Organizations and Accreditation of Non-Attorney Representatives” [PDF version] [see blog].

Although the new YouTube channel promises to be a useful resource for EOIR stakeholders, the EOIR website “will continue to be the agency's primary source of information online.”

You may read the EOIR's news release on the new YouTube channel here [link].