Federal Court – Petitions for Review

Cases denied by the Board of Immigration Appeals can often, but not always, be appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals. If eligible, they must be filed within 30 days of the Board’s decision.

A Petition for Review will be successful if it can be established that the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (and likely the Immigration Court) was erroneous. Again, no new evidence can be reviewed in federal court.

Long Island Immigration Attorney Eric Horn has been navigating through the highly specialized field of U.S. Immigration Law and will be happy to assist you. Contact the Law Office of Eric Horn, PC at (631) 435-7900 or contact him online to schedule a consultation.