Immigration Appeals Attorney in Fort Myers
Fighting Unfavorable Decisions on Your Behalf
The Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”) – part of the Executive Office for Immigration Review – is the body that reviews decisions made by immigration judges. In some cases, the BIA also reviews decisions made by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). For example, if the USCIS has denied your I-130 family-based petition, you may appeal to the BIA. If the BIA affirms the denial, the appeal is not to the Court of Appeals but to the Federal District Court.
Hurtado Immigration Law Firm can represent you before the Board of Immigration Appeals as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals. We have extensive experience handling appeals for a wide variety of immigration matters, both family- and employment-based.
Contact us at (239) 800-0580 today to schedule a consult with an experienced immigration attorney in Fort Myers.
Our Approach to Appeals
BIA decisions are the final administrative action in a removal proceeding. Some BIA decisions may be appealed to a U.S. Court of Appeals. The BIA may affirm the decision of an immigration judge. Alternatively, it may either reverse or remand a judge’s decision.
When preparing an appeal, our team takes the time to get to know the client and to diligently research the original case and the decision being appealed. When you seek representation for an appeal from Hurtado Immigration Law Firm, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands. Whether the original counsel fell short or the decision you received was unfavorable, we have what it takes to fight hard and seek a more favorable resolution.
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The sooner you can get started building your appeal, the better. Be sure to reach out to our team as soon as possible. We can start reviewing your case and uncovering evidence to form a strong appeal.