Sometimes, cases do not always go the way you would like. An Immigration Judge or USCIS interviewer can deny an application. Fortunately, the first decision does not need to be the last.
If your case was denied by an Immigration Judge, you can appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”). If your case was denied by the BIA, you may be able to appeal to the Circuit Court by filing a “petition for review.” If you had an application denied by USCIS, you may be able to file an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Office (“AAO”) or even file a motion to reopen or reconsider.
At Bardavid Law, we have extensive experience in handling appeals before the BIA, the Federal Courts, and the AAO. Joshua Bardavid is admitted in every Federal Circuit in the United States, and has successfully represented clients in hundreds of appeals to the BIA and AAO. If your case was not successful on the first try, don’t give up. We may be able to help you fight for your case on appeal.