If you lose your case in an immigration court, the United States has the ability to have you deported to your home country. However, like any court system, mistakes can be made.
- Important evidence may have been ignored or overlooked by the judge presiding over your case
- Testimony from one of your witnesses may not have been properly considered
- An immigration court procedure or rule may have been used against you unfairly
If you file an immigration appeal, the United States will put your deportation on hold until your appeal has been denied or you have been awarded permanent legal residence. However, filing an appeal isn’t a simple matter. The immigration court system is complicated, and there are strict deadlines and appellate procedures that must be followed. At the Kalra Law Firm, we have a unique understanding of immigration appeals and can assist you in filing your appeal properly and in a timely manner, so you are not deported until the appeals process is complete.
Every immigration appeal is unique, and we take the investigation of each case seriously. We will devote the time and attention your case needs to be presented to the appellate court in the best possible light. Our goal is to see you win your immigration appeal so you can remain in the United States with your family.
Contact the Kalra Law Firm today to discuss your appeal with a skilled immigration attorney as soon as possible. We will do everything within our power to stop your deportation and petition the court for your permanent legal residency. Call today. (310) 325-9012.