Recently, Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A. was successful - with a Petition for Review with the U.S. Court of Appeals of the Eleventh Circuit - in having a Final Order of Removal vacated and having the proceedings remanded to the Board of Immigration Appeals. When a respondent in removal proceedings has exhausted all legal remedies and has his or her appeal dismissed by the Board of Immigration Appeals, then a Petition for Review with the U.S. Court of Appeals (with jurisdiction over the case) may be the last option. It is important to speak with a knowledgeable Immigration Attorney in such cases because there may have been a legal error committed in the decision(s) resulting in a Final Order of Removal. Assessing if there is a bonafide legal basis for filing the Petition For Review and if the U.S. Court of Appeals does indeed have juridiction to address the legal issue(s) presented are among the factors which must be examined prior to making the decision to file the Petition. For example, the determination of whether a conviction constitutes a ground of inadmissibility or deportability under the Immigration & Nationality Act is the type of issue which in certain cases the U.S. Court of Appeals may issue a favorable decision for the non-citizen Petitioner upon reviewing the Administrative Record of Proceeding and legal arguments presented.