If you received a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) or another indication that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will deny your application or petition, our team wants to help. Challenging a denial and filing an appeal is essential to getting approval and proper documentation to remain in the United States or come to this country.
Immigration appeals can be time-consuming and complex. You don’t have to handle it alone, though. You can hire a lawyer to get advice and help you navigate the process. Our immigration appeal immigration lawyers in Scottsdale, AZ, are here to help. Consider scheduling a strategy session with one of our attorneys to learn what to do next.
Our Immigration Appeal Attorneys Handle Many Types of Denials
When an agency issues a decision, there is the opportunity to request another authority review that decision to determine if it was correct. This is known as an appeal. At New Frontier Immigration Law, our attorneys help clients navigate several types of immigration appeals. Some ways we can help include:
We can assess your next steps to fight removal or deportation. These proceedings are sometimes complex and involve several issues. We can evaluate your options and develop a plan to fight your removal or your loved one’s possible deportation.
Reopening a Closed Case
We can help gather and submit new information and request that the immigration office reviews it. Based on this new evidence, we ask them to reopen the closed case and reconsider their previous decision.
It is sometimes effective to request that the immigration office reviews its decision to decline your application or petition. This is often a good step when we believe the agency used an incorrect application of the law or a policy to deny you.
Depending on the circumstances, there could be other options. Sometimes, we use a combination of a motion to reconsider and reopen when navigating a USCIS case, for example.
Our team knows how to assess the options, determine the best approach and navigate these processes. We can help you with your immigration appeal regardless of who made the decision. We may be able to appeal decisions made by:
- An immigration judge
- The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- An asylum officer
Contact our team to schedule a strategic session to discuss your concerns and how we can help. We are here for you and your family during this frustrating and stressful time.
For a free legal consultation with a immigration appeal lawyer serving Scottsdale, call (623) 742-5400
How Can a New Frontier Immigration Law Appeal Attorney Help Me?
Our immigration appeal attorneys in Scottsdale know how appeals and reconsiderations work. We understand the laws and processes and can often help our clients resolve their problems even if they are already detained or in removal proceedings. We work to help the community we serve remain intact, with our clients remaining in their homes and with their families.
We handle a wide range of tasks in addition to offering legal advice and guidance about immigration appeals. We will handle all aspects of your appeal and ensure you understand your circumstances, options, and what to expect. Other tasks our team will take on include:
- Assessing your legal options, such as whether a reconsideration might be effective or if you need to appeal the immigration revocation or denial
- Explaining the process
- Determining which agency will hear your case
- Answering your questions and addressing your concerns as they arise
- Investigating and gathering evidence to support your case
- Collecting, completing, and double-checking the necessary forms
- Submitting all the required paperwork and meeting the deadlines
- Representing you to any necessary agency or court
- Fighting for your best interests and working to keep you with your family
- Updating you on your case status as it changes
- Offering advice and guidance throughout the process
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How Long do I Have to Challenge a Denial or Revocation?
When the USCIS issues a NOID or otherwise denies an application or petition, you generally only have a short time to decide on your next steps. Typically, this is as little as 30 days. We encourage you to connect with an immigration appeals attorney from our team as soon as you learn about the denial or revocation.
This deadline applies to all options you might consider following a denial. This includes motions to reconsider, motions to reopen the case, or appeal the judge’s decision.
It takes time to prepare and act on a denial. We generally need to take legal action or file additional motions. We can only do this after we assess the case, learn the facts, and determine the best plan of action. For this reason, we recommend scheduling your initial strategic session with our team as quickly as possible after a denial.
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Who Hears My Scottsdale, AZ, Immigration Appeal?
There are generally two possible answers to this question, and which one applies in your case depends greatly on the circumstances. You may be able to appeal to the:
- Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) in the U.S. Department of Justice; or
- Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) of the USCIS
The BIA usually handles cases involving removal, detainment, or deportation. Usually, we file these appeals after an immigration judge denies a case. The AAO deals primarily with employment-based visas and non-immigrant visas.
Based on the case facts, our attorney can determine which body needs to hear your appeal. Then, we may prepare and file the motion to reopen, motion to reconsider, or appeal with the proper authority.
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Schedule Your Strategic Session With an Attorney from Our Team Today
At New Frontier Immigration Law, our immigration appeals team fights aggressively to help immigrants and their families remain together in the United States. We know this is what your family wants, and we may be able to work out any issues that prevent you from doing so. We want to help you get the legal status necessary to live and work in this country without worry.
Contact us to schedule your initial strategic session with our immigration appeal lawyers today.
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