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Title 8Chapter VSubchapter APart 1003


TITLE 8—Aliens and Nationality

CHAPTER V—EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

PART 1003—EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW

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§1003.0
Executive Office for Immigration Review.

Subpart A—BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS

§1003.1
Organization, jurisdiction, and powers of the Board of Immigration Appeals.
§1003.2
Reopening or reconsideration before the Board of Immigration Appeals.
§1003.3
Notice of appeal.
§1003.4
Withdrawal of appeal.
§1003.5
Forwarding of record on appeal.
§1003.6
Stay of execution of decision.
§1003.7
Notice of certification.
§1003.8
Fees before the Board.
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Subpart B—OFFICE OF THE CHIEF IMMIGRATION JUDGE

§1003.9
Office of the Chief Immigration Judge.
§1003.10
Immigration judges.
§1003.11
Administrative control Immigration Courts.
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Subpart C—IMMIGRATION COURT—RULES OF PROCEDURE

§1003.12
Scope of rules.
§1003.13
Definitions.
§1003.14
Jurisdiction and commencement of proceedings.
§1003.15
Contents of the order to show cause and notice to appear and notification of change of address.
§1003.16
Representation.
§1003.17
Appearances.
§1003.18
Scheduling of cases.
§1003.19
Custody/bond.
§1003.20
Change of venue.
§1003.21
Pre-hearing conferences and statement.
§1003.22
Interpreters.
§1003.23
Reopening or reconsideration before the Immigration Court.
§1003.24
Fees pertaining to matters within the jurisdiction of an immigration judge.
§1003.25
Form of the proceeding.
§1003.26
In absentia hearings.
§1003.27
Public access to hearings.
§1003.28
Recording equipment.
§1003.29
Continuances.
§1003.30
Additional charges in deportation or removal hearings.
§1003.31
Filing documents and applications.
§1003.32
Service and size of documents.
§1003.33
Translation of documents.
§1003.34
Testimony.
§1003.35
Depositions and subpoenas.
§1003.36
Record of proceeding.
§1003.37
Decisions.
§1003.38
Appeals.
§1003.39
Finality of decision.
§1003.40
Local operating procedures.
§1003.41
Evidence of criminal conviction.
§1003.42
Review of credible fear determination.
§1003.43
Motions to reopen for suspension of deportation and cancellation of removal pursuant to section 203(c) of NACARA and section 1505(c) of the LIFE Act Amendments.
§1003.44
Special motion to seek section 212(c) relief for aliens who pleaded guilty or nolo contendere to certain crimes before April 1, 1997.
§1003.46
Protective orders, sealed submissions in Immigration Courts.
§1003.47
Identity, law enforcement, or security investigations or examinations relating to applications for immigration relief, protection, or restriction on removal.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—LIST OF FREE LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDERS

§1003.61
List.
§1003.62
Qualifications.
§1003.63
Applications.
§1003.64
Approval and denial of applications.
§1003.65
Removal of an organization or attorney from list.
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Subpart F—[RESERVED]

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Subpart G—PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT FOR PRACTITIONERS—RULES AND PROCEDURES

§1003.101
General provisions.
§1003.102
Grounds.
§1003.103
Immediate suspension and summary disciplinary proceedings; duty of practitioner to notify EOIR of conviction or discipline.
§1003.104
Filing of complaints; preliminary inquiries; resolutions; referral of complaints.
§1003.105
Notice of Intent to Discipline.
§1003.106
Right to be heard and disposition.
§1003.107
Reinstatement after disbarment or suspension.
§1003.108
Confidentiality.
§1003.109
Discipline of government attorneys.


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