The Immigration Judge Denied My Case, Can I Appeal?

The Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”) reviews decisions made by immigration judges in the United States. Where the immigration judge has made a mistake in deciding a case, the BIA has the authority to reverse (correct) the judge or remand the case (return the case back to the judge for further hearings or consideration).

Having success at the BIA requires knowing the law, having command of the factual record in the case and being a persuasive advocate for the client. Attorney Espinoza has successfully litigated cases before the BIA and has won cases that were initially denied by an immigration judge.

After an immigration judge renders a decision in your case, you have a short time in which you can appeal.  Don’t wait, put our experience to work for you and call us now at 213-228-3232.

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