Immigration Judge Union Decision
Biden administration reversed a Trump-era attempt to strip the immigration judge union of its collective bargaining right and once again recognized the employee union, effective immediately. On December 7, 2021, the Biden administration reversed a Trump-era attempt to strip the immigration judges of their collective bargaining rights and once again recognized the Immigration Judge Union Decision. On January 21, 2022, the FLRA rejected requests to throw out its decision decertifying the union. This means that the judge’s decision has become final, and the government will not be able to take any further action in the case. You have the legal status that the immigration judge granted you, as well as the benefits that come with it.