BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS
APPEALS FROM IMMIGRATION JUDGE'S DECISIONS
If you believe that the Immigration Judge made an incorrect decision based on the facts of your case or application of the law in your case, you may be eligible to file an appeal of the Immigration Judge's decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Appeals must be RECEIVED by the Board within thirty (30) calendar days after the Immigration Judge's oral decision, or within thirty (30) calendar days after the date the Immigration Judge's written decision was mailed (if no oral decision was rendered).
Soria Law has extensive experience with these appeals and would be happy to review your case and determine if you have a valid appeal to file.
APPEAL FROM DECISION OF A DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICER
If you believe that an officer of the Department of Homeland Security made a mistake in your family based petition or on your waiver of inadmissibility (under section 212(d)(3)(A)(ii), you may be eligible to fine an appeal of the Department's decision with the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Similar to an appeal from an immigration judge's decision, you have 30 (thirty) calendar days after service of the decision of the DHS Officer to file an appeal. However, this appeal is NOT filed with the Board, but with the Department of Homeland Security. Appeals must be RECEIVED by the Department of Homeland Security within the thirty (30) days.