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Motion to Reopen/Reconsider

If your case has not been decided properly, or if the law was not applied correctly, if you now have additional evidence that was not previously available, or if there are changed country conditions, or a change in personal circumstances, or simply if you have outstanding equities warranting another review of your matter, your case may be eligible for a Motion to Reopen or a Motion to Reconsider.

Different rules govern Motions to Reopen/Reconsider before the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, or the Administrative Appeals Office. Most of the time, there is also a 30 day deadline to file a Motion, so a prompt action is always required.

Our firm handles different variety of Motions to Reopen/Reconsider. Consult with our attorneys to determine if your case warrants one.

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