Welcome to the Law Offices of Edith Nazarian, APC. In this video, Attorney Edith Nazarian, a seasoned immigration attorney with over a decade of experience in law and recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star and Top Attorney by Pasadena Magazine, discusses three steps you can take if USCIS denies your US immigration application.
What happens if the government denies your immigration application? Here are three things that you can do if you receive a bad decision from USCIS.
Hi, my name is Edith Nazarian, and I’ve been practicing law for over a decade. I’ve been selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and by Pasadena Magazine as a Top Attorney.
USCIS Denied Immigration Application
So, what happens if USCIS has denied your application? Here are three things that you can do:
- You can potentially file a motion to reopen or appeal the decision. If you believe that the government has applied the facts wrong to your case, the law wrong to your case, or if you have new facts that you’d like to show them, you could potentially submit this, and have them change their mind.
- You might be able to just apply for the relief again. This is not always available, but if it is, and you were not eligible before but you are now, you may just want to file the application all over again.
- You might need to sue the government. This happens if you believe the government has made an arbitrary decision in your case, and you’ll take the case to district court to hopefully get an approval.
So these are a few things that you can do.
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