If you disagree with the Immigration Judge’s decision, you can ask the Board of Immigration Appeals (“Board”) to review the decision to make sure the Immigration Judge did not make a mistake. This is called an “appeal.” The Board must receive your appeal within 30 days from the Judge’s decision in your case.
What happens when you appeal an immigration case?
Receives Your Appeal Notice. Once your appeal is received, the B.I.A .will send you a receipt notice, usually within two weeks. If you don’t hear from it within that time, contact the B.I.A. to find out what happened. Next, a briefing schedule will be set (if you said you would submit a brief).
Can a US visa refusal be overturned?
Yes. Even if you are not a permanent resident, your defeat is not automatic. Yes, the reality is once served a Notice To Appear at immigration court, the odds of winning are far less than 50-50. To request this Immigration Appeal, contact us and let us help you.