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Payam Yazdani, Attorney at Law

Immigration Lawyer Columbus Ohio

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Appeals
 

 

At times, the immigration process is not as streamlined or smooth as expected. Different issues can cause adverse affect on the outcome of the immigration process, and applicants can loose or be denied residency.

 

Although some discretionary decisions are not appealable, many decisions in the immigration process are appealable. It is important to appeal a denial decision before the decision is final. The time-limit for appeal is usually short and limited to 30 days. Therefore, it is crucial to move fast, and file an appeal immediately after a decision is made. Failure to do so greatly limits the the remedies available to an applicant, and can cause removal of the applicant from the United States.

 

Payam Yazdani and attorneys at Bloomfield & Kempf, LLP have successfully submitted numerous appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Appeals Office, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. If you have received an unfavorable decision in your immigration case call us today at 614-592-7827 for consultation.

 

 

 

 

Motion to Reopen & Motion to Reconsider
 
 

In addition to filing an appeal, an applicant may file a Motion to Reopen or a Motion to Reconsider in certain instances.

 

A motion to reopen must state new facts that are to be provided in the reopened proceeding and must be accompanied by affidavits or other documentary evidence.

 

A motion to reconsider must establish that the decision was based on an incorrect application of law or USCIS policy, and further establish that the decision was incorrect based on the evidence in the file at the time the decision was made.

 

Drafting a strong brief in support of an appeal or a motion can greatly affect the outcome of the appeal or motion.

 

  Payam Yazdani

 

Payam Yazdani, Esq.

175 South Third Street, Suite 1010

Columbus, Ohio 43201

Phone: (614) 961-4414

Fax:     (614) 961-4415

Payam@YazdaniLawFirm.com.com  

 
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Ohio Immigration Lawyer Payam Yazdani

Past Of Counsel at Columbus Immigration Law Firm Bloomfield & Kempf, LLP

Located in Columbus Ohio and representing clients nationwide including Ohio cities such as Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Canton, Dublin, Powell, Hilliard, Westerville, Lewis Center, Gahanna, Grove City, Reynoldsburg, Whitehall, Bexley, and Upper Arlington, and counties such as Franklin County, Delaware County, Cuyahoga County, Hamilton County, and other neighboring Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania counties.    Providing immigration services including filing for greencards or permanent residency, citizenship, asylum, work visas, investment visas, student visas, fianc´┐Ż visas, National Visa Center visa processing, appeals, and court representation in deportation & removal proceedings before the Cleveland Immigration Court. Immigration attorneys at our office in Columbus Ohio are experienced in all areas of immigration law.

Contact our office to consult with an immigration lawyer in Columbus Ohio.

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