How US Immigration System Works: The Boston Immigration Court

If you are an immigrant in the state of Massachusetts and have any sort of problem with your visa, application for asylum, or residency, you may find yourself on the docket of the Boston Immigration Court at the JFK Federal Building on Sudbury Street. It’s important you understand how this court works and how you can protect your rights. Immigration courts are special administrative courts created by the United States Dept. of Justice (DOJ.) There are currently 58 immigration courts scattered across the country, including the one in Boston. If you receive a Notice to Appear¬†in this court, it means
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