Immigration court is significantly different from other courts in the United States. If you have appealed your immigration case and received a decision that is unfavorable from the Board Of Immigration Appeals (BIA), you have the opportunity appeal your case to a higher court – the 9th Circuit Court. Because the Supreme Court rarely – if ever – takes immigration cases, the 9th Circuit Court is your last chance for an appeal.
You cannot appeal an immigration case to the 9th Circuit Court simply because you do not agree with the BIA’s decision. You must have a valid reason for an appeal, such as:
- You were denied due process of law
- Your counsel was ineffective
- Your reason for appeal falls under legal protections under the Bill of Rights
If your appeal to the Board Of Immigration Appeals has been denied and you want to appeal to a higher court, you need to contact a qualified immigration attorney with the skills necessary to present your case to the 9th Circuit Court in the best possible light.
At the Kalra Law Firm, we have a unique understanding of how immigration law works, and we have had proven successes appealing immigration cases to the 9th Circuit Court and receiving a favorable decision. We will give your case the time and attention it needs to prevail.
Call us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation to discuss the possibility of an appeal to the 9th Circuit Court. We are available to assist you. (310) 325-9012.