Many decisions made in Immigration Court may be appealed to a higher court called the “Board of Immigration Appeals,” or “BIA”, which is located in Falls Church, Virginia, which is near Washington D.C. U.S. recognizes that all decisions made by immigration judges and other officials have tremendous consequences, and thus immigrants who believe that they have suffered from an error or mistake by an immigration official often have the option of appealing that decision to the BIA. There is usually substantial time pressure for making a decision to appeal, often thirty days or less. If you or someone you know is interested in appealing a decision which you believe may have been mistaken in some way, please contact our office immediately to determine your rights.
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