Motions to Reconsider: Immigration Appeals Lawyer in Fort Lauderdale
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A Motion to Reconsider a determination of an immigration officer or a judge seeks to correct alleged errors of fact or law and must be accompanied by a statement of reasons and supported by pertinent legal authority such as case law or regulations and statutes. The motion to reconsider seeks to have the immigration officer or the judge who made the initial decision review the case from the beginning, and arrive at a new determination taking into account the legal arguments contained within the motion to reconsider.
If you have had a petition for immigration benefits denied, such as a green card, or if your case was denied by an immigration judge, please do not wait to contact a qualified, experienced immigration attorney in Ft. Lauderdale. The time limits for filing a Motion to Reconsider make it mandatory that you file a motion within 30 days of the decision you seek to have reconsidered.
The attorneys at Guerra Saenz, PL have handled many motions to reconsider based on legal arguments and errors of law contained in the initial determination made by immigration officers and judges. Our staff is meticulous and extremely thorough in their research and preparation of motions to reconsider as well as drafting motions. Such thorough preparation can save the time and expense of appealing to the Board of Immigration Appeals that one would incur if the motion and review results in an affirmation of the original decision.
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Preparation and accuracy are a main focus of our staff and our track record of success supports the necessity of good, thorough preparation in all of our documentation and filing of petitions, applications, motions to reopen/reconsider and appeals. It is extremely important to contact us as soon as you receive a denial of any petition for immigration benefits because time is of the essence when filing a motion to reconsider. A motion to reconsider must be filed within 30 days of the decision that you seek to be reviewed, which if not adhered to, will result in you losing your ability to argue for a new decision in your case. Contact us as soon as possible to have your matter reviewed. Our phones are always manned to receive your call.