Motion to Reopen Your Removal & Deportation Case
Contact Our Dallas Deportation Appeal Attorneys If Your Case Was Denied
If your deportation or removal case in immigration court was decided against your interests, your fight does not have to be over. Get help from an immigration appeal attorney at Perdomo Dorsett Immigration Law who can help you file an appeal or motion to reopen your case.
Reach out to an appeals and motions to reopen attorney in Dallas from Perdomo Dorsett Immigration Law by contacting us online or calling (214) 516-7776.
When Can You File an Appeal or Motion to Reopen?
U.S. immigration authorities do not always get it right when they decide a case – there may be pertinent facts and evidence that were overlooked during your case or come to light after judgment, Also, errors made during your proceedings may have occurred. When any of these factors have played critical roles in your case, it’s time to reach out to an attorney who can help you get a second chance.
You should file a motion to reopen or appeal if you believe:
- There is new evidence that could have resulted in a different outcome for your case.
- There is a change in legislation that could have impacted the decision in your case.
- There was a legal error or violations in any of the proceedings
- There was ineffective assistance of counsel in your previous representation
Because the burden of proof will rest on you, your attorney can help you present material facts that recently became apparent as well as the affidavits and other evidence to support such facts. You should feel confident that your attorney has a strong grasp of the legal concepts you will need to state why the decision should be reconsidered, cite any errors that occurred in your case, and provide appropriate evidence and legal citations. Our experienced and qualified appellate attorney in Dallas can help you present an effective argument and protect your best interests.
What Evidence Is Provided in a Motion to Reopen?
Your motion to reopen should include new evidence that was not available in previous hearings.
This can include documents such as:
- Official reports citing changing conditions in your home country
- A request for relief (such as asylum)
- Legal arguments for your case
Have an experienced attorney handle the details of your case to help maximize your chances of an effective case.
Take Action Now!
Time is of the essence if you plan to file an appeal or motion to reopen your case. If the appeal or motion to reopen your case is of a time-sensitive nature, it is critical to seek legal assistance and take action as soon as possible!
If you need legal assistance, contact an attorney from Perdomo Dorsett Immigration Law for help now!
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