- Created: Saturday, 13 September 2014 21:37
- Written by Gihan L. Thomas
Due to the crisis of the unaccompanied minors and the need to swiftly adjudicate their cases, there is tremendous delay at the Immigration Courts around the US, The Executive Office for Immigration Review have delayed many hearings because of shortage of staff from both clerks and Immigration Judges. Clerks at the Courts are inundated with work. People with pending cases before the Immigration Courts have to be patient, secure in the knowledge, that this backlog will eventually be cleared. When it is, their case will get its turn.