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What is the timeline for a typical immigration court proceeding?

The length of time spent in immigration court proceedings varies greatly depending on the location and case backlog of the court in your jurisdiction, whether you have legal representation, and the current priorities of the immigration court system. Currently, a priority case for the immigration court system (such as an individual in immigration detention or a case involving minor children) can last anywhere from three to nine months. A non-priority case may take years to compete.

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