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What to Do After A Final Order of Removal From the United States


You may have thought that you did your due diligence in researching what was necessary to get through the U.S. immigration system and that you completed every step correctly. Then you learn that your immigration case was denied, and you undoubtedly feel confused and upset by this finding.

Having your immigration case denied is never the desired outcome. However, you may have options and could still find legal means to reverse this decision. It is best in these difficult and complex situations to have an attorney helping you identify your options and legal pathways to getting better results.

In Georgia, you can count on and trust the experienced Atlanta federal court litigation attorneys at Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. The legal team at Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. understands how distressing your situation can be and is a seasoned and resourceful guide when it comes to finding alternative routes to help you get where you need to go.

Federal Litigation after an Immigration Case Denial

The Board of Immigration Appeal (BIA), located in Falls Church, Virginia, is made up of appellate immigration judges. When a non-citizen would like to have their denied immigration case appealed, they may take it to the BIA.

While it is good to know that the BIA exists and could help you move forward with your case after it has been denied, getting to that ultimate outcome is complicated. It can be very difficult to navigate the rules alone, and also there is only a limited amount of time to get the process started. With all of this in mind, if you don’t have an immigration attorney helping you, then now is the time to reach out and have one supporting you and helping you secure the best possible outcome.

When your case receives a negative ruling, you have 30 days to file a petition for review in a federal court. The BIA is an administrative body that can review cases, including orders for removal, adverse immigration decisions, and negative immigration rulings.

Through federal litigation, you may be able to do any of the following:

  • Challenge an adverse decision by the lower court, including an order of removal.
  • Appealing a denial of asylum.
  • Appealing a denial of a motion to reconsider.
  • Challenge ICE removal orders.

There are never any guarantees when it comes to taking your case to the federal level for review. But, with the help of an attorney, your chances of getting the results you are looking for can be increased substantially.

Speak with an Atlanta Immigration Litigation Attorney Today

You don’t start the U.S. immigration process to have your case denied and to be unable to stay within the country. However, not all immigration cases will be successful. When your case has been denied, an attorney evaluates your situation and determines the right approach to helping you improve your chances of righting that wrong.

For a consultation to discuss your needs and case, please call Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. today at 404-523-3611. One of our Atlanta, GA, immigration lawyers is here for you and ready to help.



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