On July 31, immigration lawyers in New Jersey filed a lawsuit against the DOJ, seeking to keep them from having to physically appear in court during the pandemic. Immigration courts recently began having hearings for non-detained immigrants again, even as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the U.S. The New Jersey chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association argues that video conferencing should be used for immigration court, just as it is used for other federal and state courts at this time.

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Immigration lawyers are seeking video court appearances as the pandemic continues.