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Sources of Law

Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)

The INA is a main source of immigration law in the United States. It contains many of the most important provisions of law relevant to immigration proceedings.

Title 8 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

Title 8 of the CFR codifies the INA and includes regulations followed by the Department of Homeland Security and EOIR. The regulations cover practice and procedure in immigration proceedings.

Other Resources for Research

Country Condition Pages

BIA Precedential Decision

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EOIR Operational Status

Immigration Court Operational Status

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