Entity: DOJ - Executive Office for Immigration Review

News Roundup: Transparency and Oversight Are More Important Than Ever

March 27, 2020
During ordinary times, government transparency maintains a functioning democracy. But during the coronavirus outbreak, it can also save lives.

FOIA to EOIR Seeking Communications of a Resigned Immigration Judge

March 23, 2020
FOIA to the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) seeking communications of a resigned immigration judge.

News Roundup: Hear No Evil, See No Evil

January 31, 2020
The White House’s stonewall is crumbling, the truth will come out, and votes to prematurely end the Senate’s impeachment trial will look increasingly worse.

No Records Response from EOIR for Communications With Entities Seeking to Restrict Immigration

December 11, 2019
The Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review stated that it had no records reflecting communication between top political appointees and select, external groups or individuals seeking to restrict immigration.

FOIA to EOIR Seeking Communications with Groups and Individuals Seeking to Restrict Immigration

November 6, 2019
FOIA request to the Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review seeking communications between top political appointees and external groups and individuals seeking to restrict immigration.

American Oversight Sues Administration for Records of Family-Separation Policy

December 5, 2018
On Tuesday, American Oversight filed multiple lawsuits regarding the development and implementation of the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant children from their parents.

Complaint: American Oversight v. Multiple Entities – Family Separation Policy Costs

December 4, 2018
American Oversight's lawsuit against DOJ, EOIR, U.S. Marshals Service, HHS, ACF, CBP, USCIS, and OMB seeking records related to costs associated with the Trump administration's family separation policy.

No Records Response From EOIR On Family Separation Costs

October 19, 2018
No Records Response from the Executive Office for Immigration Review in response to a request about the costs of the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy that led to family separations.

FOIA to Multiple Entities Seeking Records Related to the Administration’s Family Separation Policy

October 2, 2018
FOIA seeking records from multiple entities to determine the total costs of implementing the family separation policy, as well as records of programs from which funds for housing and reuniting children separated from their parents have been diverted and their costs.