The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has jurisdiction over most immigration petitions and waiver applications, including jurisdiction over appeals through the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office.

It is not uncommon for the initial USCIS adjudicator to erroneously deny a petition for an immigration benefit.  Petitioners and beneficiaries who have suffered a wrongly denied petition or waiver request should consider pursuing an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Office.

To afford yourself the best chance for success on an appeal of an erroneous USCIS denial, it is best to allow an experienced immigration attorney to handle the matter.  The attorney should be an exceptional writer and intimately familiar with the statutes, regulations, and cases governing USCIS' adjudication of petitions and waiver applications. 

Jered Dobbs is a former brief writer and legal adviser at the Department of Justice, and also holds a professional writing certificate.  He has been described by colleagues as possessing "brilliant analytical skills" which "make him a formidable appellate immigration lawyer."  Mr. Dobbs is passionate about using his experience and skill set to advocate for his clients in appeals of wrongly denied USCIS petitions and waiver applications.
Contact the Law Office of Jered Dobbs​​ today to discuss an appeal of your petition or waiver denial to the Administrative Appeals Office. ​​

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