Houston Immigration Appeals Lawyer

Appeals, Motions To Reopen And Motions To Reconsider

  • Citizenship application denied?
  • Waiver of ground of inadmissibility application denied?
  • Visa petition denied?
  • Immigration case denied by USCIS?
  • Received a letter from USCIS with Notice of Intent to Deny your case?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) denies immigration petitions and applications when proper supporting documentation is not provided, information in the case is unclear, up-to-date information is not provided, eligibility requirements are not met or an immigration judge is not convinced of your eligibility to receive immigration benefits.

You can request that the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) review your denied application or petition, and you can appeal immigration judge decisions to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). However, you should consult an experienced and respected Texas immigration appeals attorney before filing any appeal or motion to reopen or motion to reconsider a case. It is important to ensure all elements necessary to succeed in your appeal are collected and presented professionally.

Attorney Mana Yegani serves immigrants and their families in the Houston area, providing a host of immigration services to citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs), nonpermanent residents and aliens. She has built relationships of mutual respect with immigration judges, government lawyers, agents of USCIS and ICE and legal colleagues.

Ms. Yegani will:

  • Coordinate your appeal, prepare a legal brief or memo
  • Ensure that you meet filing deadlines
  • Guide you through the appeal process with proper supporting documents
  • Represent your case in any legal forum

Appeal Denials of Immigration Petitions and Applications

Most appeals fall under the jurisdiction of the AAO. Appealing an Immigration Judge's decision falls under the jurisdiction of the Board of Immigration Appeals. It is important to act quickly after receiving a denial letter because most appeals must be filed within 30 days of the initial denial. If you lose an appeal, you may still be able to appeal to the Federal Court of the Appeals and next to the U.S. Supreme Court.

All appeals are difficult to win. The guidance and representation of a knowledgeable and committed immigration attorney is critical to your success. Call us at 832-391-8813 Se Habla Español Search Translate This Page Powered by Translate.

Appeal Immigration Judge Decisions

The BIA reviews decisions by immigration judges. Thorough and complete preparation in such cases is paramount. The BIA and Immigration Judges may also review your case if a motion to reopen or motion to reconsider is filed. Ms. Yegani can help you determine if either motion is the best course.

Contact The Law Office Of Mana Yegani

Email or call at 832-391-8813 — 24 hours, 7 days a week!

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