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PLEASE NOTE: The following is provided for general information purposes only, and may NOT be construed as legal advice.
What happens if you receive a final decision in your immigration case which goes against you? For example, this can happen when you submit your Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). USCIS may send you a notice denying your Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. Similarly, the Immigration Judge may issue an order deporting you to your home country. What do you do then?
This is when you need a lawyer with a strong proven background in immigration appellate advocacy. At Law Office of Steve Bae we have experience appealing immigration decisions issued by USCIS, as well as, the Immigration Judge.
In general, you are required to file a Notice of Appeal, with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), within 30 days of the Immigration Judge's decision. What is crucially important in an effective immigration appellate advocacy is to painstakingly and accurately evaluate the record of the removal proceedings conducted below in the Immigration Court. In addition, the appellate lawyer must be knowledgeable of the workings and nuances of the immigration law to detect and discover the specific errors of law or fact in USCIS's or the Immigration Judge's decision below. Lastly, the appellate lawyer must effectively communicate and persuade, in writing, to the appellate agency why the USCIS's decision (or the Immigration Court's decision) was wrong and why the client's appeal should be granted.
At Law Office of Steve Bae, we have the knowledge and experience to present an effective and robust appeal on your behalf, if you had received an immigration decision which did not go your way. Please contact us today.