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We are offering complimentary consultations with our experienced attorneys via phone, Skype, FaceTime and Zoom to anyone – individuals, businesses and organizations – with a situation and/or questions related to immigration and nationality law. We can advise or offer second opinions on family-based and employment based immigration options, employer compliance, maintenance of non-immigrant status and employment authorization, political asylum, removal defense, remedies through federal court litigation or other U.S. immigration matters. Please contact us 24/7 at (312) 444-1940 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a person is denied an immigration benefit, the applicant can file a motion to reconsider or reopen to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services District Director who denied their application.
Motions to reconsider are based solely on legal grounds and require well-reasoned arguments to establish the denial was based on an incorrect application of the law. Motions to reopen may be filed based on new evidence or changed circumstances. They require documentary evidence and statements of facts.
Those appealing a decision to be reconsidered or reopened must complete and submit Form I290-B, Notice of Appeal or Motion. Your form should be filed with the Administrative Appeals Office.
The support of a trusted attorney is invaluable when navigating the litigation process. If you have immigrated to the United States and are preparing to go to court, the specialists at Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C. can help. Contact a member of our team today at 312.444.1940.