Houston Immigration Appeals Attorney

After a deportation hearing, there is still the possibility of an appeal. The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can appeal the decision if they feel the judge is in error, and likewise, you also can make an appeal if your case has been judged unfairly.

If you’re facing deportation proceedings and need representation, if your case has been appealed, or if you need help filing an emergency stay of removal, contact¬†immigration appeals attorney David A. Breston today.

In any deportation proceeding, there is always a chance that the case will go through to the appeals process. At the Law Offices of David A. Breston, we have experience advocating strongly to the Board of Immigration Appeals on behalf of our clients. Since most appeals are in writing, we are just as able to represent clients here in Texas as we are anywhere else in the United States.

IMMIGRATION APPEALS IN FEDERAL COURT LITIGATION

If either party appeals the decision made by the Board of Immigration Appeals, your case will then go into the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, a federal court. At the office of David A. Breston, we have represented many clients in federal court and we will do our best to prove your eligibility for asylum and to keep you in the country.

In any event, it’s important that you get in touch with a lawyer, and that you do so quickly, so you aren’t deported before having a chance to plead your case. For more information, contact the Law Office of David A. Breston today.