The denial of individuals’ requests for relief from removal or applications for other immigration benefits by USCIS officers, immigration judges, the BIA, and the AAO is a unfortunately a reality for many immigrants.  There are numerous reasons cases can be denied, but the attorneys at Solow, Hartnett and Galvan Immigration Law are experienced with analyzing the record in a case, thoroughly assessing it, and advising you in the most efficient and effective grounds for appeal if you face a denial. Solow, Hartnett and Galvan’s attorneys have years of experience and have had much success filing and litigating appeals of USCIS and Immigration Court Decisions. Our attorneys frequently litigate cases before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), U.S. Federal District Courts, and U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and are licensed in numerous federal courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States.

Many immigration appeals have a very strict timeline and you have as little as 30 days to file an appeal and if you miss your window for appeal this is often something that cannot be remedied. If you are facing a denial in your case, you should contact us immediately to schedule a consultation.