If you’re searching for an immigration lawyer to work with you in order to appeal an immigration verdict, the attorneys at the Law Office of Oti W. Nwosu, LLC have extensive experience helping people appeal denied visa applications. They will speak with you and learn everything about your situation, as well as thoroughly review the rejected application to identify your options. They will work relentlessly to overturn the decision and will stay in touch with you throughout the entire process so you know what is transpiring at all times. Our firm can be reached in two locations:
- 2045 15th Street North in Arlington Virginia and at
- Immigration Outreach in 5401 Loch Raven Blvd, Baltimore, Maryland.
Understanding the Immigration Appeals Process
If the initial visa application gets denied, the Law Office of Oti W. Nwosu, LLC can go through multiple appeals to try and get the verdict overturned, including taking your case all the way to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), which is the highest administrative body dealing with the nation’s immigration laws. The BIA is comprised of up to 15 Board Members and determines the fate of appeals by conducting a “paper review” of the case, rather than hearing arguments via a traditional courtroom setting. Attorneys at our firm will work with you throughout the entire appeals process, including the BIA’s case review. You are not alone and without recourse; our legal team at the Law Office of Oti W. Nwosu, LLC can help. Call us at (703) 294-6627 and we will get started immediately in determining how to help.
Immigration Appeals: Limited Time to Act
If your immigration application was denied, there is a limited time to appeal the denial. This is why it is important to act quickly to call the Law Office of Oti W. Nwosu, LLC. If the Administrative Appeals Office is responsible for hearing your appeal, it will be within 30 days. To have the denial overturned, an error in the facts on which the decision was based must be shown, or that the person who made the original decision misunderstood or misapplied the laws relating to the original decision. In some cases there may be delays in the application for appeal, in which case you may be able to remain in the US while waiting for appeal proceedings. Take this opportunity to find out how our Arlington immigration firm can help you – call today!