Record of Proceeding Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 8 CFR 103.8 [Title 8 -- Aliens and Nationality; Chapter I -- Department of Homeland Security (Immigration and Naturalization)] the term record of proceeding means “the official history of any hearing, examination, or proceeding before the Service, and in addition to the application, petition or other initiating document, includes the transcript of hearing or interview, exhibits, and any other evidence relied upon in the adjudication; papers filed in connection with the proceedings, including motions and briefs; the Service officer's determination; notice of appeal or certification; the Board or other appellate determination; motions to reconsider or reopen; and documents submitted in support of appeals, certifications, or motions.”