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When your case is denied, it may not be the end. Most denials allow for appeals of an erroneous decision. These are time sensitive; therefore, you must move fast to file them.

However, there are occasions when we can appeal or reopen a case long after a denial.

The immigration bureaucracy does not always render fair and legally correct decisions. Many decisions have pervasive analytical errors and we can’t assume that the immigration agency will get the facts right and interpret and apply the law correctly. In these types of cases, in order to obtain a fair and equitable decision consistent with the law, we have to appeal the decision to an administrative tribunal or the federal courts.

  • Administrative Appeals Office
  • Board of Immigration Appeals
  • Motions to Reconsider/Reopen
  • Federal District Court
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals