Federal & Circuit Court Appeal
If you are adversely affected by the court’s decision on your request for immigration, you have the right to appeal. This may apply if you have been denied a visa, a green card, naturalization, your labor certification has been rejected, or your deportation has been ordered. In this situation, you need to contact Dalbir Singh & Associates P.C.,immediately, as you only have 30 days in which to request an appeal. Your case will first go to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and if you receive another unfavorable ruling, the federal court of appeals and even the Supreme Court may review your case.
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Appellate courts function differently from other courts in that they do not allow the original case to be reheard but simply review the processes and decisions of the lower court or courts. Due to this limited latitude, such cases require an adept approach by a highly skilled attorney. Your legal counsel must be able to identify the specific factors which can be brought to the court’s attention and which may alter the final outcome of your case. These can include legal errors, procedural errors, abuse of discretion and issues relating to your constitutional rights. A precise presentation may result in the appellate court reversing the lower court’s decision.
The NYC immigration attorneys at Dalbir Singh & Associates P.C., regularly battle in the Supreme or Superior Courts and the immigration courts. We also represent individuals in deportation cases in immigration courts and detention centers across the continental United States. Our familiarity with the procedures of these courts allows us to identify issues which may assist an appeal.
Our intimate understanding of these issues and of immigration law allows us to convincingly present such cases in an effort to defend your rights. You can be confident knowing that should you choose to work with us that we will do everything that we can to help you during this time.