Immigration Appeals Attorney in San Francisco
Count on Us for Zealous and Knowledgeable Advocacy
If you have received an unfavorable ruling in an immigration matter, you may have the right to appeal the Decision. If you have received a denial of your application for a visa, residency or citizenship by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), or have received an order of removal or deportation in immigration court, you may appeal that decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals or the Administrative Appeals Office. If necessary, the appeal may be taken to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
As with all appeals, timing is critical. Particularly in the case of a deportation or removal order, you generally only have 30 days to file an appeal. Contact the Law Office of Rosy H. Cho as soon as possible after a negative decision in your immigration case to ensure that your rights are protected.
Attorney Rosy H. Cho is well-known for her creative and detailed approach to problem-solving and is prepared to explore novel angles that can work to your advantage. If circumstances warrant, we will file for an emergency stay of removal while your appeal is pending. If your appeal is successful, your case will be sent back to the USCIS or court for a new proceeding. Tenacious, smart and committed, she will evaluate your situation thoroughly, pursuing every possible ground to challenge the government's action. Contact our office or call us at 415-274-9920 to schedule a confidential consultation.
Motions to Reopen
If you have been denied asylum or are the subject of a deportation or removal order and you are past the 30-day filing window, you may still be able to appeal your case if a motion to reopen your case can be successfully filed. Grounds for reopening a case include legal error in the original proceeding, ineffective assistance from your prior attorney or a significant change in the conditions in your native country in the case of a denial of asylum.
Contact a Committed and Experienced Immigration Appeals Lawyer
To arrange a confidential meeting to discuss your immigration appeal, contact us online or call us at 415-274- 9920. We are located in downtown San Francisco, just blocks away from Immigration Court and the Citizenship and Immigration Services building. For your convenience, we accept Visa and MasterCard. Se Habla Español.
Experience. Reputation. Commitment.
Law Office of Rosy H. Cho
405 Sansome Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94111-3111
Telephone: 415-274-9920 | Fax: 415-781-6683
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At the Law Office of Rosy H. Cho, in San Francisco, we represent clients throughout the Bay Area and the surrounding communities, including Oakland, Richmond, Berkeley, Daly City, Hayward, Fremont, Santa Rosa, San Rafael, Walnut Creek, Vallejo, San Jose, Milpitas, Palo Alto, Modesto, Stockton and Fresno; and in San Francisco County, Contra Costa County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Marin County, Alameda County, Napa County, Sacramento County, Stanislaus County and San Joaquin County.
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