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Recognition and Accreditation Roster

Under 8 C.F.R. 292.1, persons entitled to represent individuals in matters before the Immigration and Naturalization Service ("Service"), and the Immigration Courts and Board of Immigration Appeals ("Board"), or the Service alone, include, among others, accredited representatives. Any such representatives must be designated by a qualified organization, as recognized by the Board. A recognized organization must apply to the Board for accreditation of such a representative or representatives.

The rules respecting qualification of organizations, requests for recognition, withdrawal of recognition, and accreditation of representatives, may be found at 8 C.F.R. 292.2.

The Roster is maintained by Chris Donley, Office of the Director, and is updated quarterly. Since changes may occur between quarterly updates that affect the status of organizations and representative(s), you may contact Chris at (703) 305-0172.

For a current quarter alphabetical listing of recognized organizations, including dates of recognition, together with names of designated accredited individuals, restrictions on practice, and dates of accreditation, click here. (Please note, this information is in PDF format. In order to view the documents, please download the free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader - Free Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you already have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader and experience difficulties viewing EOIR's documents, you may need to download a more current version.)

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