Motions, Appeals and Federal Litigation

An order of removal issued by an immigration judge may be challenged by appealing the decision to a higher administrative body called the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). If the BIA upholds the removal order, then federal judicial review may be available from a United States Court of Appeals.

Adverse decisions made by USCIS adjudications officers on petitions and applications for immigration benefits may be challenged by appealing the decision to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO). Federal judicial review may be available from a United States District Court.

Mr. Levine represents clients before the BIA, AAO, BALCA, U.S. District Court, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. If you disagree with a decision reached by an immigration judge or USCIS adjudications officer, or your immigration case has been unreasonably delayed, contact the Law Office of Eric Levine to discuss your options. Mr. Levine provides representation in the following areas:

  • Appeals to the BIA
  • Appeals to the AAO
  • Appeals to the BALCA
  • Motions to Reopen/Reconsider/Remand
  • Writs of Mandamus
  • Petitions for Review of a Delayed or Denied Naturalization Application
  • Petitions for Habeas Corpus