Brief arguing that certain gang based and domestic sexual violence based claims still qualify as a particular social group membership for purposes of asylum post Matter of A-B-. Also argues that certain conclusions reached in Matter of A-B- are flawed and contradict current caselaw.
Motion to the Board of Immigration Appeals to reconsider the USCIS revocation of a marriage based Form I-130 Petition for Alien Relative. Legal Argument: Impermissible revocation, proper legal standard for good faith marriage, petitioner’s burden to show bona fide marriage, proper evidentiary standard.
Motion to Permit Telephonic Appearance of Counsel – Immigration
Brief to the Board of Immigration Appeals appealing the Immigration Court’s denial of bond. Respondent argued that the Immigration Judge failed to weigh all positive and negative factors in determining bond. Additionally new circumstances arose following the hearing in which the Respondent received substandard medical care in detention, which justified remand to the court to reconsider its bond ruling.
An Immigration Court brief that argues that certain crimes do not involve moral turpitude including:1) Whether Mr. X’s conviction for harassment does not constitute a crime involving moral turpitude for immigration inadmissibility purposes 2) If the Court finds that Mr. X’s conviction for harassment is a crime involving moral turpitude, it qualifies under the petty offense exception.
Immigration Defendant seeking to exclude statements made to ICE and other government agents in prior contacts with ICE and other law enforcement regarding his immigration status (Defendant exercised the 5th in this case). US District Court for the District of Arizona.
A petition to file for stay of deportation
Appealing a deportation order. In some cases, a permanent resident who has been ordered deported will have a right to appeal this decision to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) of the IRB. The same is true for a protected person.
You will have 30 days from the date of the immigration judge’s deportation order in which you can file an appeal with the BIA. … Deportation Orders are not necessarily final or unchallengeable. If you have a deportation case, contact an immigration attorney who can help you navigate these possibilities.
Anyone with a final order of removal or deportation can apply for an ICE stay of removal and pay a $155.00 application fee. The ice stay of removal must be filed in person at a local ICE Office and cannot be mailed or faxed to ICE. ICE will take about 90 days to make a decision on the stay of removal request.
How do you know if you have a deportation order?
Call 1 (800) 898-7180.
You can find your Alien Registration Number on any documents that you have sent or received from immigration court. Follow the instructions to find more information, such as pending charges, final decisions, which court is handling the case, and any deportation orders.