If an immigration judge has made a decision in your case that you disagree with, you have the right to appeal the decision to a higher court, the Board of Immigration Appeals. The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) makes the decisions on all appeals from immigration courts around the country.
There are several reasons to make an appeal to BIA, including:
- Not all of the evidence in your case was considered
- Evidence was considered that should not have been
- You believe the judge misinterpreted the law
- Something unfair or extreme happened in your hearing
Youngblood & Associates will provide you with legal representation if you decide to appeal the decision made on your case. We are familiar with the appeals process and experienced in taking cases to the Board of Immigration Appeals. We will be diligent and efficient in fighting for your case.
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