When your immigration application has been denied, you might feel like you have no more options. In most circumstances, though, you have a number of legal options available to you to request that officials reopen and reconsider your case. You can appeal the initial decision, which could reverse the initial ruling and result in getting the immigration status you need to remain in the United States. Often, though, the process of reopening and appealing a denial is a difficult one. You should consider hiring a lawyer experienced in immigration law to help you navigate the complicated immigration system and better your chances of a positive outcome for your care.
Whether you were denied at the Consulate or at your local United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office, a dependable immigration lawyer is who you will need to guide you through the procedures involved in filing an Appeal or Motion to Reopen/Reconsider, or for requesting supervisory review at the consular post, advisory opinions from the Visa Office, a judicial review, waivers, or for implementing other strategies to aid your immigration case.