Albuquerque Immigration Appeals Attorneys
New Mexico Immigration Lawyers
If you were involved in an immigration case that did not result in the outcome that you originally desired, you can appeal your case to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). When your immigration case was initially heard, you stood before a federal immigration judge. This judge made a decision about your case one way or the other. If you were not pleased with the result, you have the right to make an appeal. If the government feels that the result was unfair, however, they can also appeal your case to the BIA.
Fighting Your Case
If you are involved in any type of immigration appeal, it is very important for you to be backed by an experienced, confident, and aggressive New Mexico immigration lawyer. Often, an appeal might be your last chance to receive the benefit that you need to allow you to remain in the country or to continue to receive vital rights as a legal permanent resident of the United States. An immigration appeal is a legal argument that indicates clearly why you disagree with the decision given in your case by the immigration judge that decided your case. The point of filing an appeal is to get the decision changed.
There is a 30-day window in which you can file an appeal. That time starts from the day after your decision was handed down by an immigration judge. The required documents to file an appeal have several guidelines that must be followed. For example, an appeal document must be in English or must be accompanied with a certified English translation.
At Kretz & Romero, PC, we have dealt with countless BIA appeals, so we are equipped to help you with your situation no matter what it involves. We understand that your immigration circumstances are unique and possibly very urgent. For this reason, we are devoted to providing excellent legal service and assistance in every aspect of our dealings with you. We can help you through this process. To discuss your appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals,
contact our firm!