Improve the Administration of Immigration Courts
Executive Office for Immigration Review
The Justice Department is committed to ensuring the fairness of and improving the efficiency of the immigration court system. By September 30, 2023, the Executive Office for Immigration Review will: (1) Increase the number of case resolutions by 10% from a FY 2022 baseline of 368,897*; and (2) reduce the vacancy gap for immigration judges to 5% from a FY 2021 baseline of 12%.
*The indicator for this APG has been changed to focus on counting the number of immigration case resolutions, increasing the number of case resolutions by 10% from the FY 2022 baseline.