If you file a U.S. Naturalization Application, immigrant visa petition, K1 fiancé visa or any other immigration petition and it is denied, it is important not to instantly give up. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) affords the right to appeal some of its initial decisions. If you find yourself in this scenario, it is absolutely critical to seek out professional guidance to understand why so that you can take the appropriate steps to ensure success in your appeal. There is often a time limit to file an appeal so it is crucial to act decisively to arrive at the best possible outcome.
Michigan Denied Naturalization Attorney
With more than a decade of legal experience and a comprehensive knowledge of the naturalization appeals process, I am ready to work one-on-one with you to understand your initial denial, correct problems (if any) and work toward success in your appeal. There can be innumerable points in the process where a procedural error can arise, causing delays or denials.
If a rejected applicant decides to file an appeal, there is an associated fee and it may be necessary to undertake another interview with the local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office. Because I have worked on many appeals, I am able to quickly and efficiently assess the strength of an appeal and advise accordingly.
When you partner with me as your lawyer, I am committed to completely understanding your situation and working with you to take action that ensures success.
To discuss any aspect of your citizenship or naturalization case in an initial consultation, call 313-963-2505 or e-mail Detroit naturalization appeal attorney Alan Reiter here.