In some instances, you need to present your legal claim in a federal court. Perhaps the Board of Immigration Appeals has ruled against you, and you wish to file an appeal to a U.S. Court of Appeals, and, if necessary, on to the Supreme Court of the United States. Perhaps the U.S. government is detaining you unlawfully, and you need to present a claim in a federal district court to seek release from detention. Or perhaps USCIS has denied an I-130 Petition that you filed, and the Board of Immigration Appeals has dismissed your appeal.
We handle the following types of cases in federal courts:
- Appeals of BIA cases to the U.S. Courts of Appeals
- Petitions to the Supreme Court of the United States
- Habeas Corpus petitions to federal district courts to fight unlawful detention
- Federal court claims regarding denials of I-130 Petitions
- Mandamus actions in federal district court to seek action on a pending application
We have handled cases at the Board of Immigration Appeals, federal district court, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. One of our cases made it to the Supreme Court of the United States, where we won by a unanimous decision.
Please contact our office for more information.