Our Los Angeles and San Juan Capistrano immigration attorneys assist with all types of appeals and motions to reopen. Regardless of your circumstances, we will assess the situation and discuss your options for proceeding. We handle the following matters:
Sometimes it is faster or less costly to choose one of these options, and we can help you determine which path to take. A large portion of our caseload involves appeals and motions to reopen. Read about our notable cases on appeal.
It depends on your case. Sometimes the deadline could be as little as 30 days. If you have missed a deadline, sometimes we can still repair the case and keep fighting for you.
For most appeals, we do all the work writing legal briefs and arguing your case, and there is no need for you to provide further documentation. For motions to reopen, we work closely with you to develop your case and advise you on which documents to gather that will make your case stronger.
This is a common situation: You apply for a green card but the case is denied, and you get the surprising news that you have an old deportation / removal order that you never knew about. Now you are facing trouble.
If this has happened to you, there is something you can do. You probably do qualify for a green card. It’s simply a matter of following the right procedures.
USCIS does not have power over a case with this kind of surprise deportation / removal order. But an immigration lawyer can file a motion to reopen your old immigration court case and get your green card application back on track.
We welcome you to contact us for a free, initial assessment of your options and how we can help.
With offices in Downtown L.A. and San Juan Capistrano, the immigration and citizenship attorneys at Hill & Piibe serve clients of all nationalities living in the Los Angeles, California area, including Riverside and Bakersfield and all of San Bernardino County, Orange County, San Diego County, Ventura County, and Santa Barbara County.
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