Immigration Appeals & Litigation
Cleveland Ohio Deportation Appeals Attorney
Nationwide Immigration Appeals and Litigation Attorneys
The sixth circuit court of appeals granted Attorney Eichorn petition for review in Thiam v. Holder.
Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- Have you been ordered removed or deported from the country? Did this happen in your absence?
- Have you received a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)?
- Has your I-130 been denied for lack of bona fide evidence of the marriage?
- Have you been denied citizenship?
- Was your company's application for labor certification denied?
The immigration law firm of Philip Eichorn Co., LPA, has an active removal and deportation defense litigation practice involving deportation and visa denial appeals as well as other legal proceedings to reverse negative immigration decisions, including motions to reopen.
We have offices strategically located in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, and in Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. To schedule a consultations with an experienced immigration lawyer, call 866-448-2994 or contact us online.
Removal and Deportation Appeals and Motions to Reopen
Motions to Reconsider request the immigration judge reconsider his or her legal decision based on the facts submitted at the hearing. They must be filed with the immigration court within 30 days of the date of the order. Deportation appeals must be filed with the Board of Immigration Appeals within 30 days of the order. You don't want to miss these deadlines. Hire an attorney who will protect these important rights by working diligently on your case and file the documents timely.
Motions to reopen deportation proceedings are extremely complex,fact-specific and you must state new and previously unavailable evidence for the immigration judge to review. Our office has successfully handled many motions to reopen deportation proceedings. Some of the reasons the court will accept for reopening deportation cases after the appeal deadline include:
- The Immigration Court failed to provide you sufficient notice of the hearing,
- Exceptional circumstances prevented you from appearing at the hearing,
- Your immigration status is based on a family relationship with a U.S. citizen or permanent resident who has abused you (visas for abuse victims under the Violence Against Women Act, or VAWA).
We understand how different interpretations of the law can be used in different courts located throughout the country. Sometimes new information has become available that was previously unavailable and could have a dramatic impact on your case. We can help you uncover this pertinent information. We believe in staying in constant contact with our clients so that motions are made timely and new information is communicated as soon as it becomes available.
Dedicated to Protecting the Rights of People
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If your application or petition has been denied or is stalled, you need an experienced immigration appeals attorney who knows what the rules and procedures are, understands what is going to happen at each and every hearing and has the determination needed to provide an aggressive and effective appeal.
Charlotte, North Carolina Deportation Defense Litigation Attorney
View Attorney Phil Eichorn's recent success in Gor v. Holder
Please call 866-448-2994 or e-mail Philip Eichorn Co., LPA, today.