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Law360, San Francisco (September 26, 2016, 10:43 PM EDT) — The Executive Office for Immigration Review announced Monday it has sworn in 15 new immigration judges who will begin hearing cases this month in courts in California, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Nebraska, Illinois, New York, Massachusetts, Utah and Oregon.

The announcement from the EOIR, a wing of the U.S. Department of Justice, comes less than two months after the DOJ announced it had appointed five immigration court judges. Acting Chief Immigration Judge Michael McGoings said both rounds of appointments were meant to address the country’s large…

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