When a U.S. immigration agency orders you deported or denies your petition or application, most of the time there are further steps you can take to keep fighting your case.  In most contexts, an immigration appeal, motion to reopen, or motion to reconsider will be available. These mechanisms afford you the opportunity to point out errors the original adjudicator made, and sometimes give you the opportunity to present additional evidence.

Most immigration appeals and motions require extensive writing and briefing. These types of cases should be handled by an immigration attorney experienced in both litigation and appeals.  As a former legal adviser and brief writer at the Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review, Jered Dobbs is intimately familiar with the intricacies of immigration litigation, motions, and appeals.  He has been described by colleagues as possessing "brilliant analytical skills" which "make him a formidable appellate immigration lawyer."  

Explore the options below to learn more about immigration appeals and motions, or  contact the Law Office of Jered Dobbs​​ today to discuss an immigration appeal or motion in your case.

"Appeal. In law, to put the dice into the box for another throw."
-Ambrose Bierce