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What Should I Do if I Lost My Case with USCIS?
What Should I Do if I Lost My Case with USCIS?

If you have lost your case with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) then two things have likely occurred: 1. First, you applied for some immigration benefit with USCIS. Typically, cases include applications for asylum, a green card, DACA, or an ...

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Blog posts in Immigration

  • What should I do if I lose my case in immigration court?

    If you have lost your immigration court case, then two things have likely happened: You applied for relief in immigration court, and the judge denied ...

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  • What Is A Petition For Review?

    If you have lost your case in immigration court, you have the right to file an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (the BIA), but what happens ...

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  • Marijuana and Immigration Law: 2021 Update

    Marijuana and immigration law do not mix! Please watch this video where we explain the intersection of Marijuana and how it can affect an immigration ...

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  • What Should I Do If USCIS Denies My Case?

    Sometimes USCIS denies petitions. Sometimes the denials are because a person wasn’t lawfully eligible, sometimes they are because there wasn’t enough ...

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  • Waivers for Fraud or a Willful Misrepresentation of a Material Fact To Obtain an Immigration Benefit

    This article covers waivers for fraud or material misrepresentations alleged under INA §212(a)(6)(C)(i) and INA §237(a)(1) . INA §212(a)(6)(C)(i) ...

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  • Marriage Fraud: Part II

    What if I am accused of Marriage Fraud? The best way to prevent an accusation of marriage fraud is to document the validity of your marriage ...

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  • Marriage Fraud: Part I

    What is Marriage Fraud in Immigration Law? One of the primary goals and underlying policy objectives of immigration law is to reunite families and ...

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  • Lawful Nonimmigrant Status and Out of Status Vs. Unlawful Presence

    What is the Difference Between Lawful Non-Immigrant Status, Out of Status, and Unlawful Presence? Lawful Nonimmigrant Status Lawful nonimmigrant ...

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