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Board Immigration Services

Board Of Immigration Appeals

Facing deportation? We know how stressful it can be when your family’s future is on the line. But don’t give up hope. You have a chance at a better life, and we will help you get it.

At The Presti Law Firm, we will work tirelessly to make sure your case is handled with the utmost care and expertise. We understand the importance of your case and we will do everything we can to fight for the results you deserve.

About Our Board of Immigration Appeals Services

If an immigration court has denied you asylum, you face deportation. It could be a frightening experience, but you still have options. You can appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration Appeal, and we can help. At The Presti Law Firm, we understand how important it is for you to stay in the United States. You have suffered persecution in your home country. What you need is someone who will guide you step by step through the asylum process and help you fight for your right to stay.

Fighting For Your Right To Stay

If you have been denied asylum by the US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) and your first appeal to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) was rejected, you can appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Your immediate need is to get professional representation from someone who knows how the system works and who can rigorously represent your interests — someone who can exhaust all possible options to prevent deportation.

At The Presti Law Firm, we have years of experience managing challenging immigration appellate issues. We will examine the circumstances of your case and craft a well-thought-out legal strategy to support your appeal. The sooner you file your paperwork and get started on the appeal process, the better your chances of success.


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When To Appeal

If your asylum application was rejected, you might be able to submit an appeal if you feel that the decision was unfair or unjust. The first level of appeal of a decision made by an immigration judge is the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). This gives the noncitizen a second chance to correct any errors made by the immigration court.

Your Immigration Case Is Our Business!

When the USCIS has already denied you asylum, it can feel like all hope is lost. But don’t give up just yet- our legal team at The Presti Law Firm is here to help you through the appeals process. We have successfully appealed many cases that were initially denied, and we are confident that we can help you too.

There are strict deadlines for appealing a USCIS decision, so it’s important to act fast. Call us today, and we’ll get started on building your case. Together, we can get you the results you need and deserve.

Required Documents

(Not an exhaustive list)


Appeal Form EOIR-26

The appeal form must be submitted with the required fee or waiver.

Brief & Supporting Evidence

You will also need to give a detailed account of your experiences and why you believe you deserve protection. Without this, the B.I.A. may be more inclined to follow the immigration judge's judgment rather than further investigate your case.

Form EOIR-27

Your lawyer will have to file Form EOIR-27, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Representative, stating that he or she will be representing you throughout the process.

Fleeing Persecution? Need Help? We Are On Your Side

Contact Us

Our process begins with a consultation, where we will discuss your legal needs in detail. Please send us a message or give us a call and let us know about your legal problem.

Selecting a Service

Once we have a full understanding of your case, we’ll discuss our legal services and options for your case.

Making a Plan

We will work with you to create a plan that matches your goals and budget, ensuring that you receive reliable representation tailored to your unique situation. From there, we will handle all the legal work while keeping you updated on our progress.