IMMIGRATION APPEALS LAWYER IN ORLANDO
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Applying for U.S. residency only to be turned down is extremely frustrating, and when you don’t understand the reasons behind the denial, it can prevent you from taking the necessary steps to reapply. There is a specific process you must follow in order to appeal the decision. With the right team in your corner, you can be confident that everything possible will be done for your appeal to be heard and approved.
An Orlando immigration attorney from our firm is prepared to fight for your future. Since the founding of the Fisher Legal Group, we have won several awards for our outstanding representation and we would be honored to use this experience to assist with your case.
HOW DO I APPEAL MY DENIED IMMIGRATION APPLICATION?
Although you may never know for certain why your application was denied, you can take action to appeal this decision. From the time you receive your denial notice, you have 30 days to file an appeal. If you are hoping to appeal the revocation of an approved immigration petition, you only have 15 days to do so. When your appeal has been filed, the officer who first denied your application will review your record and appeal.
If the argument you brought forth is enough to initiate a reconsideration of the decision, your case will then be forward to the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) or to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). When sending in your appeal brief, it is important to:
- Include a check for $110 to the U.S. Department of Justice
- Make several copies of your documents
- Write in perfect English
- Explain why you believe the wrong decision was made
Typically, most appeal cases take up to six months to finalize. If your appeal is approved, you will be notified.
ELIGIBILITY FOR IMMIGRATION APPEAL
YOUR FUTURE IS AT STAKE – WE CAN HELP!
With so much on the line, you need experienced legal counsel you can trust. Our firm is confident that we can take on your case and actively work towards an accepted appeal. We can help you craft an appeal brief that will better your chances of overturning the previous decision.
Call an Orlando immigration attorney from our firm today to start living the life you hope for.
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