Guiding You Through All Immigration Appeals
It is important to keep perspective when facing difficult issues with immigration. Your options are not all gone if your application is denied.
Mark Citrin, P.A., offers clients decades of experience in answering their most pressing questions. Our attorney provides hands-on immigration relief to businesses and people across Miami, including guidance at every stage of the appeals process.
What You Should Know About Appeals
Most negative decisions from various immigration-related federal agencies may be appealed. For instance, many USCIS decisions may be appealed to its Administrative Appeals Unit, while denials of Forms I-130 may be appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
Orders of removal by immigration judges may also be appealed to the BIA. It is very important that the appeal be properly drafted since administrative law rules apply to whether the legal issue was previously raised, evidence was previously available and not submitted, or jurisdictional bars are involved.
Our Experience At The Federal Level
At the law office of Mark Citrin, P.A., we have decades of successful experience filing petitions for review with the United States Circuit Court of Appeal with regards to orders of removal/deportation from immigration courts, which had been affirmed by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). Mark Citrin has been admitted to practice before the Circuit Courts of Appeal in the 11th and 6th circuits, which covers Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan and Ohio.
Mark Citrin has decades of experience in this highly complicated area and will work hard to bring your matter to a close in the best possible situation for you.
Get The Immigration Advice You Need
At the law office of Mark Citrin, P.A., we have extensive experience in all matters of immigration appeals. We will meet with you at our Miami office or our virtual office in Orlando and provide you with all the answers you need as soon as we can. We are a multilingual office offering French, Russian, Creole and English as options. Get in touch through email or by calling 305-482-3922.