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Why was my hearing scheduled for November 29, 2019? – Immigration Black Friday

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Respondents in removal proceedings have been having their upcoming hearings rescheduled in recent months, to a date in 2019. This date happens to be the day following Thanksgiving in 2019.

Over the past several months, many immigration courts around the country, including Denver, have been vacating or cancelling scheduled hearings and resetting those hearings to November 29, 2019. This date, however, is merely a “place holder” on the court’s docket to ensure a case is not lost in the system.

It is first important to note that not all hearings are being reset. Respondents with a set hearing should appear at the time and date stated on their hearing notices. If the hearing has been reset, the Immigration Court will notify the person on the day of the hearing.

Secondly, it is important to understand that hearings that have been reset to November 29, 2019, are highly likely to be reset again to a sooner date when the court resumes normal operations.

Please contact your attorney to discuss any concerns you might have concerning a hearing scheduling issue.

Bryon M. Large, Sr. is a Senior Associate Attorney at Kolko & Associates, P.C., a Denver-based full service immigration law firm. He is licensed to practice law by the Colorado Supreme Court and has also been admitted by the United States District Court for the District of Colorado and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver and his undergraduate degree from the University of New Mexico. Bryon actively practices removal defense, federal litigation, family-based and employment-based immigration, asylum and naturalization.

Bryon is a past Chapter Chair for the Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), as well as a Past Chair of the Immigration Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association. He currently serves as the President of the Colorado LGBT Bar Association, an Elected Director on the AILA Board of Governors, and is a member of the National LGBT Bar Association.

Bryon’s true passion in life is being a father to his two children.

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