Orlando Immigration Appeals Attorney
Kovacsik Immigration Law, P.A. prepares all types of immigration appeals in Orlando, Tampa, Miami, and across the United States. Including appeals from an immigration judge’s final decision and administrative appeals. Appeal work requires in-depth knowledge of immigration laws. Immigration Attorney Zaida Kovacsik exclusively practices immigration law and has extensive knowledge of immigration laws and Board of Immigration Appeals appellate procedure.
If you received an adverse decision by an immigration judge, the decision could be appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). However, it is essential to act quickly because a decision by an immigration judge is final unless an appeal is filed with the Board of Immigration Appeals within 30 calendar days.
Immigration Attorney Zaida Kovacsik can assist you in preparing your appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals from the final decision of the immigration judge in your case or appeals from the administrative decision of the Department of Homeland Security, such as denial of adjustment of status.
Deportation orders based upon denials by immigration judges of asylum, cancellation of removal or adjustment of status cases are one of the most common immigration judge orders to be appealed. If you received a deportation order because an immigration judge denied your asylum, cancelation of removal, or adjustment of status application, you must act immediately. Immigration Attorney Zaida Kovacsik can assist you in filing your appeal within the 30 days required by law.
Motion to Reopen
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If you received a deportation order years ago and your case has been closed for a long time, you may still have a chance to remain in the United States. If there is new crucial evidence in your case, you can still attempt to file a motion to reopen, but you need to consult with a qualified immigration lawyer about the time limitations to file a motion to reopen.
If a motion to reopen is granted, you and your immigration lawyer can go back to court to present your case to the judge again. Contact Attorney Zaida Kovacsik for your second chance to argue that your case should be granted.
Motion to Reconsider
If you believe the immigration judge or the BIA made a factual or legal error in deciding your case, you may be able to file a motion to reconsider. A motion to reconsider must discuss the errors of fact or law that require the immigration court or the last governmental agency which had jurisdiction over the case to reconsider your claim. Attorney Zaida Kovacsik can assist you in finding the key legal precedent decisions that establish that your case was decided on an incorrect application of the law. Immigration Attorney Zaida Kovacsik can help you prove that the prior decision on your case was based on an incorrect application of the evidence or law on the record at the time.
If you need an experienced attorney to handle your immigration appeal process, contact Kovacsik Immigration Law, P.A., Attorney Zaida Kovacsik will work with you throughout the entire appeals process. To schedule a consultation with Immigration Attorney Zaida Kovacsik call 407-807-0535.