Immigration Litigation and Appeals
Attempting to navigate U.S. immigration laws and their numerous procedural rules and processes can lead to a lot of confusion and frustration. Unreasonable delays in processing and making decisions related to immigration status and changes are all too common. Additionally, immigration determinations made by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services may be subject to omissions and errors.
At Bean, Lloyd, Mukherji, & Taylor, LLP, we represent clients who are facing a wide range of immigration challenges related to the actions and decisions of U.S. immigration administrative agencies. We file federal lawsuits in immigration cases triggered by:
- Delays in the adjudication of naturalization applications
- Delays in processing visa applications
- Termination of green cards or visas
- Delay, termination or denial of immigration benefits
- Unlawful detention
Appealing An Order of Deportation
For individuals who are living in the U.S. but are not U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents, the threat of removal and deportation is always a possibility. This is especially true for individuals who are in the U.S. illegally, but even valid green card and visa holders may find themselves facing removal proceedings.
At Bean, Lloyd, Mukherji, & Taylor, LLP, we are experienced removal and deportation defense attorneys. We represent clients who have knowingly or unknowingly violated immigration laws and take action to help them stay in the country and secure them legal status. Additionally, in cases where there is a change in circumstances or new evidence, or procedural or other mistakes made during a removal hearing, we represent clients who wish to appeal those decisions.
Contact an Immigration Lawyer Who Is Well-Versed In Federal Appeals
When U.S. immigration agencies commit errors or fail to act, taking legal action may be your only hope. Located in Oakland and serving clients throughout Northern California and the country, our firm will build and present strong and substantive legal arguments that benefit you and your immigration case. Talk to an immigration appeals and litigation attorney at our firm today. Call 510-433-1900 or contact us online to tell us more about your specific situation.