Immigration Appeals, Motions to Reopen, and Motions to Reconsider
Unfortunately, sometimes USCIS officers, immigration judges, the BIA, and the AAO, deny individuals’ requests for relief from removal or applications for other immigration benefits. There are many reasons that cases are denied, but our attorneys are experienced with analyzing the record in a case, assessing it, and advising you concerning your grounds for appealing a denial in your case. Our Attorneys at Solow, Isbell, & Palladino have experience and success with filing and litigating appeals of USCIS and Immigration Court Decisions. We frequently litigate cases before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), U.S. Federal District Courts, and U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals. Our attorneys are licensed in numerous federal courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States.
If your case has been denied, you should contact us immediately in order to schedule a consultation, as many immigration appeals must be filed within 30 days of a decision, and in most cases there is no remedy for a missed deadline.