Appeals Attorney for Indianapolis Immigration Cases
If you’re searching for an Indianapolis immigration lawyer to work with you in order to appeal an immigration verdict, the attorneys at Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law have extensive experience helping people appeal denied visa applications. They will speak with you and learn everything about your situation, as well as thoroughly review the rejected application to identify your options. They will work relentlessly to overturn the decision and will stay in touch with you throughout the entire process so you know what is transpiring at all times. The firm is located at 8520 Allison Pointe Boulevard, Suite 220 in Indianapolis, Indiana and we help clients in Carmel, Fishers and Mc Cordsville and around the world.
Address Your Appeal with an Indianapolis Immigration Lawyer
Many individuals find themselves having been denied immigration status after applying with the United States Citizen and Immigration Service (USCIS) for various reasons. If you are facing a denial and need assistance in filing an appeal, an Indianapolis immigration attorney from Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law can provide you with knowledgeable legal representation throughout the process. When someone is denied, there is always a written notice advising you as to the reasons for denial. Depending on these, an appeal can be in order. Your Indianapolis, Indiana immigration lawyer at our firm can review the matter to determine the best approach. An appeal involves presenting your case to the Administrative Appeals Office for review. A review can also be done by the Board of Immigration Appeals. An appeal does not go before a court or judge, but rather through a government agency.
You need to act quickly to talk to an immigration lawyer at our Indianapolis firm if your application was denied. Once you receive an immigration denial, an appeal must be filed within 30 days. The Administrative Appeals Office will have a hearing to review the reasons why the decision should be overturned. An error in the initial decision must be found in order to overturn your denial. Misunderstandings in the original information presented, or incorrect application procedures, even poor documentation can lead to a denial. Obtaining the applicable information, presenting it correctly and stating the reasons for the error can help your Indianapolis immigration lawyer at Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law win your appeal. It may occur that it takes longer than 30 days for a hearing to occur, in which case you are allowed to remain in the U.S. while awaiting the proceedings.
Contact an Indianapolis attorney today at Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law to discuss your situation and review your immigration appeals options.