Saturday, April 05, 2008

Immigration Judge Susan Roy Starts in Newark, NJ

EOIR announced that Immigration Judge Susan Roy was sworn in on April 4, 2008 in Falls Church, VA and will be an immigration judge in Newark, NJ.

Looks like she finished law school in 1996, worked for the BIA from 1996-1999, and from 2000-2008 worked for ICE counsel. There is no indication of work as a private immigration attorney during her career. Below is more information about her. All of these details were publicly released by EOIR when it announced Judge Roy's swearing in. (So if you see errors, don't blame us.)

Susan Girardo Roy, Immigration Judge
Judge Roy was appointed as an immigration judge in March 2008. She received a bachelor of arts degree in 1989 from Rutgers College, Rutgers University; a master of arts degree in 1990 from Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University; and a juris doctorate in 1996 from Georgetown University Law Center. From 2000 to March 2008, Judge Roy served as senior attorney and assistant chief counsel, ICE, DHS. From 1996 to 1999, she was an attorney advisor at the BIA, entering on duty through the Attorney General’s Honors Program. While serving in that capacity, from November 1997 to June 1999, she also participated part-time in a Department of Justice (DOJ) program as a special assistant corporation counsel with the DC Corporation Counsel Pro Bono program. From June 1994 to December 1994, she was a law clerk in the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia. Judge Roy is a member of the New York and New Jersey bars.


At 11:57 AM, Blogger hope1967 said...

judge susan roy is really one of the best judge in the court system in newark immigration court, she really try to give you a chance to proove your case, and she is verry fair with all people, i have my case with here so far she was very fair with me except i really appraciate it if she a give another chance to prove my case, how was in the court for over 2 years, and i really dont understand why they try to get me that bad,i know i made some mistakes in my interview because i am in lexpro, and i am under a lot of stress, and depression, and i know they have that in my medical exam, but the proscutor asked me some questions that i can not answer my details mostlly about my work and my schuddle , first because i was told not to talk much about my part time job much in the court or in the public,first becuase i was an informant for ther fed and i used to go to a different places they told me too, so the proscutor pick in that and want to know a lot about it, when i didnt answer she tough i was lying,even my wife know about my part time job, and the fed talk to her about it,so i am in bad position, i dont know what to do, and make me look i am a liar in front the court but i did that becuase i was told to do so.i wish they give another chance to expalin that to the court,a tell then the truth about everything because i look at it i am going to loos everything in the end , i do love this country, and i hope they give a nother chance to talk and speak freely in the court, that what america is about . is freedom and giving hope to others. god blees america


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