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Use EOIR's Operational Status Map to check the current
operational status of the immigration courts.
To complete this form, fill out all blanks below, including proof of service, which certifies that you will provide a copy of this form to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). After filling in the blanks and signing both the declaration and proof of service, you must submit the form electronically, in person, or by mail. Attorneys and fully accredited representatives submitting this form electronically must file in Case Portal at https://portal.eoir.justice.gov. You must submit a separate copy of this form for each individual who has a case pending in immigration court and whom the change of information affects.
You must file this form with the immigration court within five working days of the change to your contact information, or your receipt of a charging document (e.g., a Notice to Appear) with incorrect contact information. The immigration court will send all official correspondence (e.g., notices, decisions) to the address you provide. The immigration court will only make any change(s) to your contact information in EOIR’s records upon receipt of this form; the immigration court will not change your contact information based on different information on pleadings, motions, or other communications with the court. If you fail to appear at any hearing before an immigration judge when notice of that hearing or other official correspondence was served on you or sent to the address you provided, DHS may take you into custody. In addition, the immigration court may conduct your hearing in your absence and enter an order of removal, deportation, or exclusion against you. If the court enters such an order, you may be ineligible for certain forms of relief from removal under the Immigration and Nationality Act as follows: