Need to Appeal a Denied Immigration Application?

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The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) handles any petitions for denied immigration applications. Visas can only be denied due to certain grounds found in U.S. immigration law. Anyone who believes that they were wrongfully denied entry into the United States can file a motion or appeal to have the case reviewed after it has been denied. A motion is a request to have the denied case reviewed by the USCIS, whereas an appeal is a request for an office different from the original deciding officer to review the denied case.

Overview of the Immigration Appeals Process

In order to file an appeal, you must complete Form I-290B, Notice of Appeal or Motion, or a form from the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). Your original denial letter will tell you what form to file with which office. Appeals must be completed and filed correctly in order to prevent delays or another wrongful denial. If you have been denied entry and are hoping to file a successful appeal, do not hesitate to speak with a Houston immigration attorney from Hira Law PLLC. We can help you complete the correct form in accurate detail so that you have the best chance of being granted immigration access to the United States.

Speak With a Houston Immigration Attorney Today

Attorney Randeep S. Hira has more than eight years of legal experience and has helped countless individuals gain legal entry into the United States. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is certified in mediation and arbitration by Tulane University. Attorney Hira handles each case himself, so you can be sure of receiving excellent counsel and personal attention. Hira Law PLLC can help you appeal your denied application for immigration.

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