Immigration litigation in federal court is becoming more frequent as a result of the excessive delays experienced by many people who have applied for immigration benefits in the United States.
When you receive an adverse ruling from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) or the Board of Immigration Appeals, you have the right to receive legal counsel to help you appeal the decision.
Federal courts have limited jurisdiction, which implies they can only hear those types of immigration cases. It is important to remember, however, that federal court litigation differs significantly from immigration court litigation, BIA appeals, and cases before the USCIS.
Since appellate law is a complicated issue, you should find an attorney who is willing to take on the specific challenges of defending your case in court.
If an application for immigration benefits is rejected, the applicant may file a petition to appeal or reopen it with USCIS District Director who denied it.
The Law Firm of Xavier A. Mendez and Associates will help you in the appeals process. Just give us more information about your case so we can start immediately. We examine every aspect of your case to determine the appropriate course of action on your behalf.
We have a wide range of immigration litigation services, including:
At every stage of the immigration-related federal court litigation process, Immigration Attorney Xavier A. Mendez and Associates are ready to assist our clients. Schedule a consultation now!