If you have received an unfavorable decision in your immigration case, you may be under threat of being deported to your home country, losing your job, your money and being moved away from your family. However, you don’t have to accept this decision as concrete if you believe you were treated unfairly during your immigration trial, your counsel was inefficient or the judge did not properly review the evidence in your case.
The BIA, known as the Board of Immigration Appeals, may be able to hear your appeal case and re-review the evidence to determine if you should be able to obtain legal residency in the United States. The appeals process can be daunting, especially considering that immigration court is quite unlike traditional U.S. courts. You need the expertise of a seasoned immigration lawyer who is familiar with the appeals process and can assist you in presenting your case in the best possible light to the BIA.
At the Kalra Law Firm, we are available to review your case and determine whether you are eligible to file an appeal with the BIA. Our goal is to see you remain in the U.S. with your family, living the life you’ve worked hard for. We will do everything within our power to see that you are not deported, but instead that you receive a favorable decision in your case.
Contact the Kalra Law Firm today to schedule an appointment to discuss your eligibility for a BIA appeal. We are available now to assist you. (310) 325-9012.