Have you lost an immigration case in South Florida? Wondering what your options are? You need the help of a seasoned immigration law attorney in Miami. Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A. is dedicated to handling immigration cases involving complex legal issues. If you've recently lost a case before the immigration court and need counsel on your next step, turn to our firm. We can help you figure out how to protect your status in the U.S. and potentially prevent removal or deportation.
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Not all court rulings are fair, accurate, or correct. Errors may have occurred, mistakes could have been made, or bias could have influenced a decision. The good news is that losing a case does not have to result in your immediate removal from the country or even a loss of all options. Our Miami immigration lawyer can help fight the ruling by filing an appeal on your behalf. By appealing your immigration ruling, you may be able to reopen the door to a new life in the U.S. Your appeal will be based on the records from the last proceeding, as well as the judge's decision, any legal briefs, and supporting evidence.
Especially if you are facing deportation, an appeal can become extremely important. This is why you need to retain the counsel of a seasoned immigration lawyer who understands how to craft a strong deportation defense. Just because you've lost your case before a lower immigration court does not mean you should give up hope. Our aggressive deportation lawyer in South Florida has handled numerous cases like yours and can help you protect your future! From legal briefs to supporting documents to court representation, the Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A. handles every aspect of your appeal.
You will only have 30 days following the judge's decision in the lower immigration court to file your appeal. This needs to be filed with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). The sooner you seek legal help for your immigration appeal, the stronger your case will be. Your immigration attorney will have more time to develop a strong, strategic appeal that thoroughly represents your rights and best interests. If for any reason the BIA declines your appeal, we can quickly file a new appeal with the Federal Court of Appeals. This court can overturn any decision made by the BIA.
Ready to discuss your case with a trusted immigration lawyer in Miami? Contact our firm now at (305) 381-9797.