Immigration Appeals

An appeal can give you a second chance to fight your case. Filing an appeal might be necessary for you to keep fighting your case while living and working in the United States. You might only have 30 days to file your appeal. Let Our Attorneys Help You!

File Your Notice to Appeal In 3 Simple Steps

Our experienced immigration attorneys are prepared to help you successfully submit a Notice of Appeal. Below we have outlined our three easy steps to get started.

01

Complete our online questionnaire

Answer a few questions about you to get started.

02

An attorney will review your case in person or on the telephone

We will review your responses, contact you and help determine the best path for you.

03

We file your Notice of Appeal with the court

Let us secure your right to appeal and keep fighting your case.

We Make Sure You Notice of Appeal is Timely and Appropriately Filed

  • Can I appeal a negative decision from an Immigration Judge?

    Yes and you probably should! Often time Immigration Judges make mistakes in their decisions. If you have lost your case or have been denied relief, we can help.

  • How much time do I have to file an appeal?

    You have 30 days from the date of receipt of the immigration judge decision to file a notice of appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals.

  • Will an Appeal suspend an Order of Removal or Deportation?

    Yes, absolutely. If you appeal, you are entitled to stay in the United States while your case is being decided.

  • Can I renew my work permit while my appeal is pending?

    Yes, absolutely. You are entitled to renew your work permit while your appeal is pending.

  • How long would an appeal typically take?

    It is hard to say exactly it will depend on the complexity of each case. Recently, the government has indicated that they want an appeal to not take more than 6 months. At this stage, it remains to be seen how it will be implemented. In the past an appeal would take 1 to 2 years.

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FAQ

How long do I need to live in the United States to qualify to get a green card?

The length of time you need to live in the United States will depend on your family relationships. If you are married to an American citizen, you must live in the country for 584 days, or about a year and a half. If you are not married to an American citizen, you must live in the country for 913 days or about two and a half years to be a candidate.

How long does it usually take to get a green card?

According to the US Immigration Services, an application to be a permanent resident can take from 7 months to 2.8 years, this depends on several factors.

Can I work in the U.S. while waiting for my green card?

If you already have a work visa, you can continue working, during the Green Card application process. Our attorneys can answer any questions you may have about the jobs allowed.

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