The Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in Zuniga Romero v. Barr that immigration judges have the authority to administratively close cases pending before them. The court concluded that immigration law unambiguously permits immigration judges to control their own dockets.

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Fourth Circuit Strikes Down Attorney General Opinion, Restores Fundamental Power to Immigration Judges