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Appeal from decision of an Immigration Judge or motion within the jurisdiction of the Board
. Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section or when filed by an officer of the Service, a Notice of Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals of Decision of Immigration Judge (Form EOIR-26) filed pursuant to §
, or a motion related to Immigration Judge proceedings that is within the jurisdiction of the Board and is filed directly with the Board pursuant to §
, shall be accompanied by the fee specified in applicable provisions of § 1103.7(b)(1) of this chapter. Fees shall be paid by check or money order payable to the "United States Department of Justice." Remittances must be drawn on a bank or other institution located in the United States and be payable in United States currency. A remittance shall not satisfy the fee requirements of this section if the remittance is found uncollectible. (Amended 3/5/03;
68 FR 10349
Appeal from decision of a Service officer or motion within the jurisdiction of the Board
. Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, a Notice of Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals of Decision of District Director (Form EOIR-29), or a motion related to such a case filed under this part by any person other than an officer of the Service, filed directly with the Service shall be accompanied by the appropriate fee specified, and remitted in accordance with the provisions of § 1103.7 of this chapter. (Amended 3/5/03;
68 FR 10349
Waiver of fees
. The Board may, in its discretion, authorize the prosecution of any appeal or any motion over which the Board has jurisdiction without payment of the required fee. In any case in which an alien or other party affected is unable to pay the fee fixed for an appeal or motion, he or she shall file with the Notice of Appeal (Form EOIR-26 or Form EOIR-29) or motion, an Appeal Fee Waiver Request, (Form EOIR-26A). If the request does not establish the inability to pay the required fee, the appeal or motion will
not be deemed properly filed.
[23 FR 9118, Nov. 26, 1958, as amended at 27 FR 7488, July 31, 1962; 48 FR 8040, Feb. 25, 1983]
Subpart B--Office of the Chief Immigration Judge
Source: 48 FR 8040, Feb. 25, 1983, unless otherwise noted.