Reeves Immigration Law Group is able to effectively represent individuals in a variety of different ways. This includes filing appeals to administrative agencies or filing lawsuits in federal court. Please click below to learn more about the ways a person can still be successful when they do not initially succeed.
- Administrative Appeals Office: The Administrative Appeals Office hears certain type of appeals to cases denied by the USCIS.
- Board of Immigration Appeals: The Board of Immigration Appeals is an administrative agency that reviews decisions of Immigration Judges, denials of visa petitions, etc.
- Circuit Court of Appeals: A person’s last hope may be seeking relief in a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
- Declaratory Relief: Declaratory relief refers to a judgment of a court which determines the rights of parties without ordering anything be done or awarding damages