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Appeals

Immigration Appeals

Appealing negative decisions made by USCIS or an immigration judge is extremely important. If your application or that of a loved one has been denied, your immigration appeal needs immediate attention. At the Law Office of Michael Boyle, our attorneys are highly experienced in addressing the needs of clients who risk losing opportunities for residency status or deportation.

Our attorneys have experience litigating immigration cases from the routine to the complex. When you need an experienced attorney to handle your appeal, contact the Law Office of Michael Boyle.

When you need immediate attention to your immigration appeal, contact our office. We will provide a rapid consultation and analyze your case. Our attorneys will offer reliable and honest advice regarding the possibility of reversing a decision. If we believe that an appeal is futile, we will you that. If we think we can help you, we will move quickly.

Under the current USCIS practice, if your family or employment-based adjustment application is denied, you must file an appeal of the underlying petition denial within 30 days or you will be placed in removal proceedings within a matter of months. Under current DHS practice, if you do not appeal a negative decision by an immigration judge within 30 days, you will subject to immediate removal.

If your case is denied, you need to move quickly. These deadlines are firm, and the days when the government did not move quickly to deport people are over.

We can assist you with all of the following appeals:

  • Denials of family petitions (Form I-130)
  • Denials of employment petitions (Form I-140)
  • Denials of adjustment of status applications
  • Denials of deportation and removal cases by immigration judges
  • Review by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals of decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals
  • Denials of citizenship applications

If you are appealing an immigration decision, our lawyers have experience with the administrative and internal appeals process, including the AAO (Administrative Appeals Office) for business denials and employer sanctions. We have also represented clients at the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office, Board of Immigration Appeals, the USCIS AAO (Administrative Appeal Office), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Board of Immigration Review (BIR), and the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHAO). We also have extensive experience in federal district court and before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

Contact the Law Office of Michael Boyle today to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer. We serve clients in Greater New Haven, Danbury, and throughout Connecticut.

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