All human beings make mistakes, and the judges are not exception. Nonetheless, if you consider that the court’s decision was made in error, you may contact an experienced and skilled attorney who will fight for your rights.
What Kind of Errors May Occur During the Trial?
Note that there are a variety of errors which can happen during a trial, such as:
– Important evidence was ignored by your immigration judge,
– The judge overlooked the evidence,
– The testimony did not be properly considered by the judge,
– The procedure was ruled in an unfair manner,
Is It Possible to Appeal The Immigration Judge Decision?
Fortunately, if one of these errors occurred in your case, you have the right to challenge the decision of the immigration judge. For this purpose, it is required to file an appeal with Board of Immigration Appeals. Take into consideration that deportation appeal is not an ordinary challenge, you fight for your family and your own future!
Once you lose the case, the government may remove you from the territory of the USA. However, it can not happen if the deportation appeal is filed. Thus, the state authority will deport when your appeal is over. Consequently, you will lose your right to appeal.
If you lost the case, you have only 30 days to file a Notice of Deliver. The Board of Immigration Appeals renders its decisions on a “streamlined basis”. It means that you need to prepare the appeal as soon as possible and there is no right for mistake.
In addition, removal appeals may last several years and during this time we have an opportunity to act with thoroughness and accuracy to win your appeal. Finally, if you appeal is won, it means that it cannot be renewed.
The Margarian Law Firm protects the rights of criminal defendants in California. The charges of the prosecution are only allegations. We always conduct a deep legal research on accusations to determine how we must attack their validity. Do not hesitate to contact us!
Don’t delay to contact an experienced and skilled attorney in California. You may file your request online, by telephone or by mail. 818-553-1000