A regional director with the Federal Labor Relations Authority turned down an effort by the Justice Department to decertify a union of immigration judges, a win for the judges in a series of battles with the DOJ.

The Executive Office for Immigration Review, which oversees the immigration courts, filed a petition with FLRA last year seeking to decertify the National Association of Immigration Judges. They argued the judges could now be considered management since the last time the union was considered in 2000—an assertion the judges rejected.

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