​​If you have been ordered deported by an immigration judge or the Board of Immigration Appeals, there is still hope for your case.  An appeal gives you another chance to prove you should be allowed to remain in the United States by asking a higher court to review the decision of the lower court(s). A deportation order entered by an immigration judge is appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals.  A deportation order affirmed by the Board of Immigration Appeals is appealed to the federal circuit court of appeals (one step below the Supreme Court) having jurisdiction over your case.   

An immigration appeal of a deportation order allows you to explain why a lower court got the facts or law in your case wrong. Generally, an immigration appeal is not the appropriate venue to present new evidence in your case (for that, you should consider a motion to reopen).  

Immigration appeals of deportation orders are time sensitive and very complex.   They require an in depth knowledge of immigration statutes, regulations, and case law, as well as canons of construction. An immigration appeals attorney should be an exceptional writer and extremely well-versed in all aspects of immigration litigation.

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 and appeals.  He has been described by colleagues as possessing "brilliant analytical skills" which "make him a formidable appellate immigration lawyer."  Mr. Dobbs has successfully represented many clients in appealing their deportation orders, achieving reversals of adverse decisions.  Armed with years of experience and a natural talent for writing, Mr. Dobbs is ready to defend you on appeal. If you are ready to take your case to the next level, contact the Law Office of Jered Dobbs to discuss your immigration appeal.  
"Appeal. In law, to put the dice into the box for another throw."
-Ambrose Bierce