Immigration Appeals

Board of Immigration Appeals & Administrative Appeals Office cases

Unfortunately, not every immigration petition filed with the USCIS will be approved. A denial may be issued for failure to respond to a Request for Evidence or to a Notice of Intent to Deny, previous immigration violations, presence of criminal convictions, or failure to prove the eligibility for the immigration benefit requested.

Moreover, immigrants that are subject to removal proceedings may be denied relief from deportation from an Immigration Judge and ordered deported from the United States.

The vast majority of the immigration cases may be appealed to a higher authority. Family-based petitions and orders of Immigration Judges may be generally appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Employment and Investment-based petitions can be appealed to the Administrative Appeals Office.

The decisions of the BIA and the AAO can be appealed to a U.S. Federal District Court or U.S. Court of Appeals.

Competent Legal Representation in Immigration Appeals

As a New York Immigration Attorney, In handle a variety of cases, including work Visas, Business Visas, Green Card for relatives of U.S. Citizens, and applications for U.S. Citizenship. I also assist immigrant that have been served with a Notice to Appear and risk to be deported from the U.S.

I have assisted clients appealing their cases to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Administrative Appeals Office. I am admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and the District of New Jersey, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second and Third Circuit.

Before filing an appeal, it is crucial to properly evaluate the reasons for the petition denial or the reasons of an unfavorable determination by an Immigration Judge. In some cases, filing a Motion to Reopen or a Motion to Reconsider may be the best course of action.

I am one of the very few Immigration Lawyers in New York with firsthand experience with the immigration system. I was a Business investor in E-2 Treaty Visa status, and I understand how important is for you to get a favorable decision in your immigration case.

If you would like me to review your matter free of charges, please fill out an evaluation form with all the details of your cases. I am also available for in-person consultations in my New York office.

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