Immigration is rarely easy. The laws seem to change frequently, which can make completing applications and petitions confusing. This may result in the denial of your application. Unfortunately, a seemingly small issue or misstep can lead to a negative outcome in the immigration process.
Our immigration appeal immigration lawyers in Glendale, AZ regularly fight to get decisions overturned or cases reopened. We want to help you remain in the U.S. and fight deportation. Our Glendale immigration lawyers are always on your side.
How Our Glendale Immigration Appeal Immigration Attorneys Work for You
Immigration law is complex and always changing. Our attorneys are prepared to offer a high standard of service to you by:
- Staying updated on all immigration laws and applying that knowledge to your case
- Relying on our history of representing appeal cases at all levels, including at the U.S. Supreme Court, and using our accumulated know-how to get the best possible outcome for your case
- Communicating with you regularly, keeping you informed of changes and next steps
- Ensuring all forms and supporting documents are correct and presented within the required timeframe
- Performing as fierce advocates on your behalf and taking the fight for your appeal as far as it can go
We will never give up on you.
For a free legal consultation with a immigration appeal immigration lawyer serving Glendale, call (623) 742-5400
Why Choose New Frontier Immigration Law for Your Glendale Immigration Appeal Case?
Attorney Hillary Walsh founded New Frontier Immigration Law based on the firm belief that we all deserve to live freely and without fear. She leads a staff of over 100 knowledgeable and dedicated individuals, all of whom focus on one thing: helping our clients.
We work in all areas of immigration law, including:
- Family petitions
- Deportation defense
- Military parole in place
There are many unique aspects of immigration law. If you don’t see your area of concern reflected here, contact our office—we’re happy to help.
We are proud members of the American Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
Our work has been featured in these media outlets:
- ABC 15 Arizona
- Univision Radio
Our Former Clients Have Great Things to Say About Our Team Serving Glendale, AZ
We’re grateful for the opportunity to help our clients navigate complex immigration matters. After working with our firm, our former clients say:
- “Mrs. Hillary how wonderful you are. You help through my difficult time you still help me my case. God bless you, you help many people like me.” — Mulu B.
- “My family retained Hillary to help our Dad become a U.S. citizen. She helped him navigate a very confusing process with ease. We were never worried about what would happen next because she explained everything to us in very simple terms. I’ll never forget how proud my Dad was the day he became a U.S. citizen. Hillary has also helped me with other legal issues and each time she laid out my options very clearly so that I could make the right decision for my family. It was obvious that she had our best interests in mind. Hillary truly cares about her clients; I can’t recommend her services enough!” — Bridget S.
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Appealing an Unfavorable Immigration Decision in Glendale, AZ
We hope that your immigration proceeds smoothly and you have a successful outcome. If at any point you receive an unfavorable decision, we may be able to file an appeal or motion for you.
Your notice of an unfavorable decision will state whether the decision can be appealed and where the appeal should be filed.
When we appeal a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) decision, we are asking a different “authority” or office to review the original decision to determine if the original unfavorable decision was based on errors made by the USCIS.
Motion to Reopen
A motion to reopen is when we ask the original office to reopen the case because we have new facts that could change the unfavorable decision.
Motion to Reconsider
A motion to reconsider is made to the original office when we believe their unfavorable decision was based on an “incorrect application of law or policy,” meaning we believe the reasoning behind their decision was not technically correct and because of that, they should not have been able to make an unfavorable decision.
Most of the time, unfavorable decisions are open to receiving motions to reopen or reconsider. This is not true for appeals, as some cases are not eligible for that action.
This is a brief explanation of a complex area of immigration law. Our immigration appeal immigration attorneys in Glendale, AZ will thoroughly review your case before determining what options you have and which approach can bring you the best possible outcome.
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The Amount of Time You Have to Appeal an Immigration Decision Is Short
There is little time to prepare and present an appeal. Typically, we have 30 days from the date of the decision. If you have received an unfavorable decision, we recommend you contact an immigration appeal attorney immediately to get help in determining if you have a path forward, and if so, give them time to complete the work.
The decision should state if it is eligible for an appeal and how much time you have to appeal. Some decisions give you even less than 30 days to appeal.
If the decision is mailed to you, the USCIS adds 3 days to your appeal time to compensate for the notice’s time in transit.
Time to File a Motion
You are given the same amount of time to file a motion as you are to file an appeal. However, unlike an appeal, you might get an extension if the delay in filing was not of your doing.
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We’re Here to Help You File an Immigration Appeal in Glendale, AZ
Call us today to get started with a strategic session. Share your story with us. We will sit with you, listen to you, and talk about the unfavorable decision you’ve received. It’s important that you do not give up hope. It may be possible to appeal your decision.
Contact New Frontier Immigration Law today and learn more about our immigration appeal lawyers.