If you have received an immigration petition or application denial from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), you may have options to challenge it. The immigration lawyers at New Frontier Immigration Law understand that not all denials are final. Our appeals immigration attorneys in Phoenix, AZ, can review your situation and determine how to help you with your appeal.
Immigration matters can be complex, but you can secure legal representation as you seek to resolve your case. In addition, you can learn more about your options and next steps during a free strategic session with our team today.
Types of Immigration Appeals We Handle
As USCIS explains, an appeal is a request for a different authority to review a decision previously made in an immigration case. Our law firm represents clients with various immigration appeals, including those involving:
- Removal or deportation proceedings and processes: We will review the issues in your situation and determine what options we have for your next steps.
- Motion to reopen: This is a request for the immigration office to review new facts or circumstances that were not known at the time and reconsider its decision and reopen a closed case.
- Motion to reconsider: This is a request that asks the immigration office to review its decision if it based the decision on an incorrect application of law or policy.
We can also work on your behalf for a combination of a motion to reopen and reconsider, an option USCIS offers. We encourage you to reach out to us about your situation as soon as possible. Whether an immigration judge, asylum officer, or Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official handled your case, we can represent you and seek a resolution for your case.
For a free legal consultation with a appeals immigration lawyer serving Phoenix, call (623) 742-5400
How Our Phoenix, AZ, Appeals Immigration Attorney Can Help Your Case
The immigration process can be complicated to follow. When you work with an appeals immigration attorney in Phoenix, AZ, we can develop a strategy and work toward a favorable outcome. We will help you understand the immigration and appeal process so that you know what to expect and how to respond. Legal processes can be challenging to follow, but we are here to guide you through them.
Other duties we can take care of include:
- Explaining your legal options, including your right to appeal an immigration denial or revocation
- Reviewing how the appeals process works and identifying the authority who will oversee your case (Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and Administrative Appeals Office (AAO))
- Answering your questions about the process
- Collecting and organizing important evidence and documents for your immigration case
- Gathering the right forms and ensuring they are error-free and meet all deadlines
- Preparing a legal brief outlining your position and laying out all facts and arguments that support your case
- Keeping you updated on your case’s status and advising throughout the process
Our Phoenix, AZ, Immigration Attorneys Can Determine Who Should Hear Your Appeal
If an immigration judge has denied your case, you can appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) within the U.S. Department of Justice or the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) of the USCIS. For example, if your situation involves removal or deportation, BIA can review your appeal. If your appeal involves an employment-based immigration visa petition or a non-immigrant visa petition, the AAO would hear it. We understand that not all immigration cases are the same, so we can personalize a strategy that specifically addresses your situation.
Appeals Immigration Cases Have Strict Deadlines
Deadlines are highly important in a U.S. appeals immigration case. If you receive a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) or other correspondence that states USCIS plans to deny your immigration application or petition, you generally have 30 days from the date the decision was made to file a motion to reconsider or reopen your case or appeal an immigration judge’s decision. Some appeal deadlines are shorter, depending on the case.
If you let the 30-day deadline expire, you waive your right to appeal the decision. We urge you to reach out to us as soon as you can. Our appeals immigration attorney in Phoenix, AZ, is ready to start working for you.
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Hear from Our Clients
At New Frontier Immigration Law, our clients come first. Some have shared their experiences with us, including:
“Hillary was absolutely amazing today. She helped answer so many pressing questions I had. She was so professional and kind. You can tell that she is so passionate about what she does. I would recommend her over and over again.” – Samantha V.
“I owe my entire life to Attorney Walsh and her team. Victor, Maria, and Licely have worked alongside Hillary to get me out of ICE detention in Florence, AZ and I could not be more grateful for their hard work. They all worked tirelessly throughout the entire process and it is truly a miracle that I am here to write about it. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I would recommend Hillary Gaston Walsh and her EXCEPTIONAL team a million times over. Thanks guys!” – Santiago N.
“Thank you, Hillary, for having my back when I felt like no one else cared.” – Daniel W.
You can read more about the people we’ve helped on our client testimonials page. You may find our immigration FAQs page helpful. You can also reach out to us for any questions you have. We’re ready to listen and work on your behalf for a favorable outcome.
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New Frontier Immigration Law’s team is ready to meet with you during a strategic session about an immigration denial. You don’t have to figure out the issues in your case on your own. Our appeals immigration lawyer in Phoenix, AZ, can meet with you during a free strategic session to learn how we can help with your case. Call us today to get started.
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