Biden's DOJ Won't Oppose NAIJ Bid To Regain Union Status

By Lauren Berg (June 25, 2021, 7:13 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review on Friday withdrew its opposition to the National Association of Immigration Judges' bid to undo its decertification as a union in a fight that started during the Trump administration.

In a brief notice, the EOIR withdrew its opposition to the NAIJ's motion for reconsideration of a 2-1 Federal Labor Relations Authority decision in November that affirmed the Trump administration's bid to dismantle the union representing the judges who decide disputes over immigrants' legal status.

"The agency respectfully withdraws its opposition to the motion for reconsideration," the EOIR said in its notice....

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