Computer servers handling immigration court case information and databases went down April 12, making scheduling more difficult, forcing postponements and disabling a 1-800 phone line that applicants use to find out their case status.

A spokeswoman for the Justice Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review said the courts are still running normal schedules but with priority given to cases involving detained or bonded applicants, so some non-detainee cases might be continued.

Lauren Alder Reid of the immigration review office said Tuesday that there was no fixed target date for the problem to be solved, but that officials don’t expect “anything drawn out.”