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United States Board of Immigration Appeals

The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA or Board) is the highest administrative body for interpreting and applying immigration laws. It is composed of 11 Board Members, including the Chairman and Vice Chairman who share responsibility for Board management. The Board is located at EOIR headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia. Generally, the Board does not conduct courtroom proceedings - it decides appeals by conducting a "paper review" of cases. On rare occasions, however, the Board does hear oral arguments of appealed cases, predominately at headquarters.  Website: www.usdoj.gov/eoir/biainfo.htm
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In re X- K-

4 May 2005 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re Y-T-L-

22 May 2003 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re G-A-

2 May 2002 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re J-E-

22 March 2002 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re Y-C-

11 March 2002 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re Jesus Enrique Rodriguez-Tejedor, Respondent

24 July 2001 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In Re S-A

27 June 2000 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re S-V-

9 May 2000 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In re Ahmad Aldabesheh

30 August 1999 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

In Re R-A-

11 June 1999 | Publisher: United States Board of Immigration Appeals | Document type: Case Law

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