Guiding Clients In Challenging Immigration Rulings
I have been practicing since 2014 in a variety of different cases and situations, and no case is the same. I’m not going to say that I’ve seen everything, but pretty close.
The most frequent is when someone has taken a plea that they really shouldn’t have taken because the attorney that represented them on their criminal case didn’t understand the immigration consequences that they would face and didn’t advise them appropriately about the consequences of the plea they were taking.
Sometimes immigration judges or adjudication officers just get decisions wrong, and you have to appeal the decision. Immigration appeals can be complicated. Fortunately, they provide an opportunity for you to find the outcome you are looking for — even after a denial.