- Associated Press - Thursday, December 15, 2016

PHOENIX (AP) - The federal immigration court in Phoenix will be closed through Dec. 20 as it moves to a new location.

The Executive Office for Immigration Review says the office is closing on Thursday and will remain closed for five days while it moves to a new location.

The new location is on 250 N. 7th Avenue.

The court hears federal immigration cases and is currently housed in a small section of a business office in mid-town Phoenix.

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