EOIR Operational Status

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Case status and hearing date information may not be updated for those cases postponed due to operational changes during the coronavirus pandemic. Following the issuance of a new hearing notice, such information will be updated. As always, court documents such as notices are your official source of information.

Public Health Information

Consistent with public health officials’ guidance, EOIR has implemented practices to help to protect all people working in and visiting EOIR spaces throughout the country. Please see the agency’s Public Health Notice for more information (Translations) and FAQs for more information.


On July 6, EOIR resumed non-detained hearings at the following immigration courts: Dallas, El Paso, Ft. Snelling, Harlingen, Houston, Houston – S. Gessner Road, Houston – Greenspoint Park Drive, Kansas City, Memphis, New York – Broadway, New York – Federal Plaza, New York – Varick, Portland, San Antonio, and San Juan. Noncitizens with scheduled hearings from July 6 through July 30 (or representatives who have entered an appearance with the court for a case on those days) who have not received a notice of reset hearing by June 22 should expect scheduled hearings to proceed as scheduled. As always, official court notices will be your best source of information. As of July 6, 2021, all immigration courts are holding limited hearings, applying relevant Federal best practices related to communicable disease. Click on the above map for the latest operational status of courts nationwide. For case-specific information, please have the relevant alien registration number and call 800-898-7180 or visit the Automated Case Information portal.  


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