Las Vegas Immigration Court


Internet-Based Hearings Access Information

About the Court

The Las Vegas Immigration Court falls under the jurisdiction of the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge, which is a component of the Executive Office for Immigration Review under the Department of Justice.

Contact the Court


Window Filing hours:  8:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Phone hours:  7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



The Immigration Court does not accept faxes or other electronic submissions unless the transmission has been specifically requested by the Immigration Court staff or the Immigration Judge. Unauthorized transmissions are not made part of the record and are discarded without consideration of the document or notice to the sender.

Court Administrator:

Rachel Newsome - email:

Immigration Judges:

Jonathan W. Hitesman, Assistant Chief Immigration Judge

Glen R. Baker

Daniel J. Daugherty

Ann M. McDermott

An Mai Nguyen

Lindsy M. Roberts


110 North City Parkway, Suite 400
Las Vegas, NV 89106

Please see Google Maps for a map and directions to the immigration court.


A privately owned self-parking garage is located on the corner of North City Parkway and Ogden. The cost is $3.00 per half hour.  Parking validation of 1 hour is offered at Jason’s Deli which is located immediately in front of the parking garage.  Otherwise parking and public transportation is very limited in this area.

Provide Building access and security information:

All visitors to the immigration court are required to  undergo a security screening through the magnetometer as well as a handbag screening each time they visit the immigration court. Shoes, hats, sun glasses, etc. may be required to be removed, if neededA guard will escort all Immigration Court visitors from the entrance lobby to the fourth floor Courtroom Lobby. Visitors must check in at the fourth floor guard station.  All electronic devices must be turned off prior to entering the court lobby.  Cameras, video or recording equipment will not be allowed.


Public Health Practices 

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.

EOIR operates within a variety of settings across the country, most commonly in federal or leased buildings controlled by the General Services Administration and detention facilities operated by the Department of Homeland Security. All visitors to any building or facility in which an EOIR operation is located are required to comply with all relevant laws or policies governing access to those buildings or facilities. Individuals who do not comply with any relevant laws or policies may be denied access to or asked to leave the building or facility. Individuals seeking to visit any building or facility in which an EOIR operation is located are encouraged to contact the building or facility in advance to determine any relevant policies or laws related to entry.

The immigration court has put into place procedures to implement the guidance of public health officials. Please take note of the information below and be prepared to follow these and any additional instructions provided to you when you arrive for your hearing.

  • Be prepared – have a mask available. Face coverings may be required in the courtroom if directed by the presiding immigration judge. As necessary and when appropriate, individuals with medical conditions that prevent them from wearing a face covering should alert the judge to their situation.
  • To maintain appropriate social distancing and best facilitate hearings, you may be asked to move or leave a particular area.
  • Waiting times to enter the building and EOIR space may be significantly longer than usual. Make arrangements to arrive in advance of your hearing so you arrive to the courtroom on time.
  • Social distancing (maintaining a distance of six feet from those with whom you do not live) is required.
    • Please remember this while choosing to enter an elevator. Elevator wait times may be significantly longer than usual for this reason.
    • In EOIR space, staff or signs may direct you to a seat. If instructed to sit in a particular location, do not switch seats.
  • Please do not bring people with you into EOIR space unless they are required to be present for your hearing. Remember that the immigration court may limit entry.

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For information regarding procedures for practice before the immigration courts, please see the Immigration Court Practice Manual.

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Updated March 16, 2023

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