Newton MA Immigration Appeals Lawyers
Sometimes, an initial course of action does not yield the results you planned on, leading to an order for your removal from the United States. In these cases, an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals may be possible to help you stay in the U.S.
In an immigration appeal, however, having the right attorney on your side is critical. You need an attorney with in-depth knowledge of federal immigration law, someone with the experience to advocate fully for you.
At the Metro West Boston law offices of Cashman & Lovely, we are the right attorneys. Dan Cashman uses more than 30 years of legal experience to help immigrants achieve results in appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals. And his success has been well-recognized. He is often assisted by attorney Kathleen Gillespie and attorney Susanna Shafer. Our law firm is AV-rated under Martindale Hubbell's peer rating system.*
What Should I Know About My Appeal?
If you are ordered to be removed from the United States, you have the right to an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals in Washington, D.C. The Board of Immigration Appeals reviews your case as it was presented to the immigration judge. The Board may grant, deny, or order further review or remand the case to the immigration judge.
Your lawyer's role in the appeal is a critical one. He or she prepares a legal argument based on what he or she believes were mistakes made in the original proceeding. Sometimes, decisions are made on incorrect facts. Other times, the law was applied incorrectly.
At Cashman & Lovely, we are exceedingly thorough in our preparation of your appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals. We make sure that every detail is presented, and that every possible legal argument is addressed — helping you to achieve results.
Contact Cashman & Lovely
If you are considering an immigration appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals, contact attorney Dan Cashman regarding your legal needs. Call 617-340-3467 at extension 121.
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Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.