• Maria Cordon

#COVID-19 and EOIR's Response

In addition to filing via e-mail pursuant to Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR’s), Houston-Smith Standing Order No. 02, Webex Hearings are available by Motion to the pertinent Immigration Judge at the Houston, Texas Immigration Courts located at 1801 Smith, 9th Floor and 8701 S. Gessner Road, 10th Floor respectively during COVID-19 pandemic. An excellent map of courts can be found at:

https://www.justice.gov/eoir-operational-status/operational-status-map. EOIR’s Communications and Legislative Affairs Division and its Regional Public Information Officer were both kind enough notify me about me for two great Webex Outreach sessions: " Case Flow Outreach Session (Dec. 9th - 2:00 PM)" and "EOIR's Webex Information Session (December 16th - 2:00 PM)".

A firm believer in Murphy’s Law, during consultations and review of documents with clients I have found the free Webex app to be the easiest one with which to share and view documents. This speaks volumes about Webex’s ease of use.

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