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Experienced San Antonio Immigration Appeals Attorney

If you have been ordered deported in the San Antonio immigration court or had your immigration petition or application denied, don’t give up hope. An immigration attorney from The Lozano Law Firm may be able to help you get that decision reversed through the applicable immigration appeals process.

Representation Before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)

The BIA has nationwide jurisdiction over certain decisions made by the immigration judges as well as district directors of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Whether your case is slated for oral argument or paper review, our experienced San Antonio immigration attorneys have the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to prepare and present a persuasive appeal on your behalf. We assist people with immigration appeals in all of the following areas:

  • Deportation, including orders of removal and applications for relief from removal
  • Bond hearings
  • Denial or delay of citizenship
  • Visa petition issues, including the exclusion of aliens applying for admission, petitions to classify the status of aliens applying for admission, and petitions to classify the status of alien relatives for issuance of preference immigrant visas
  • Motions for reopening and reconsideration of decisions previously rendered

Even if the BIA does issue a final order of removal, deportation or exclusion, we may still be able to pursue the matter in federal court by filing a Petition for Review with the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

Effective Advocacy Before the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO)

The AAO reviews decisions made by Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) adjudications officers on petitions and applications for immigration benefits. The AAO rules on a variety of immigration matters, such as proceedings under the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) and denials of the following petitions and applications:

  • H, L, O, P and Q nonimmigrant visa petitions
  • EB-2 and EB-3 immigrant visa petitions
  • Applications for Temporary Protected Status
  • N-470 Applications to Preserve Residence for Naturalization
  • N-600 Applications for Certificate of Citizenship

Fight for Your Rights with the Help of a San Antonio Immigration Appeals Attorney

Some people who have received an adverse immigration decision simply give up and accept the ruling, but the attorneys at The Lozano Law Firm do not give up so easily. We have the knowledge and ability to take your case to the next level and appeal that unfavorable ruling to a higher authority. In San Antonio, San Angelo, Eagle Pass and Laredo, contact The Lozano Law Firm for advice and assistance from an experienced immigration appeals attorney.

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