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Court Decisions in Immigration Appeals establish some
of the "rules" that may apply to your immigration case
As noted in the prior segments, immigration cases can be quite complicated. Federal immigration law involves statutes, regulations, agency interpretations, and decisions by the Board of Immigration Appeals. Immigration law also involves decisions by Federal Courts of Appeals.
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Even despite the extensive framework of federal immigration law previously described, there are situations in which a person knows or believes that their immigration case was wrongly decided and that, after they filed an immigration appeal with the BIA, the BIA also misapplied the immigration laws to their case. In some of those cases, the person may file an immigration appeal with the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals that covers the region in which the case was heard.
In order to maximize your chances of success, you should be familiar with all the "rules" that apply to your immigration case based on your particular situation.
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No Doubt Immigration Cases Can Be Very Complicated
The previous segment provided a brief description of immigration appeals filed with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
In this segment we describe the last of the main sets of "rules" that you may have to be familiar with in order to maximize your chances of success with your immigration case. This last set consists of immigration appeals to the Federal Courts of Appeals. In the decisions issued as a result of these immigration appeals, the Federal Courts of Appeals illustrate how the general "rules" we have previously discussed are to be applied to particular sets of facts.
After all the relevant documentation regarding the immigration appeal is filed, the Court of Appeals will issue a decision that will either affirm or reverse the decision by the BIA. In some of those cases, a Court of Appeals will publish a decision with written explanations supporting the decision. These published decisions must be followed in all cases that come before the USCIS, the Immigration Judges, and the BIA in the region covered by that Court of Appeals.
Therefore, with the exception of the very small number of immigration cases that are reviewed by the United States Supreme Court, these published decisions provide the ultimate guidance with regards to federal immmigration law. The Federal Court decisions can usually be found at the website of the particular Federal Court of Appeals which decided the case.
To recap, the immigration statutes which make up the INA are the foundation of current immigration law in the United States. The immigration regulations in the CFR specify the government's interpretation of those immigration statutes. USCIS provides its agency interpretations as guidance on how the INA and the CFR should be applied to certain cases. And, the precedential decisions of the BIA provide even further guidance as to the uniform application of the immigration statutes and regulations to immigration cases nationwide.
At the very least, you should consider scheduling an in depth consultation with a knowledgeable immigration lawyer that will alert you to any potential problems that may ruin your case. If you are in the Central Florida area, we hope you will consider choosing us for your confidential immigration consultation.
Of course, you may not want to become familiar with all the immigration "rules" on your own. Fortunately, most people are entitled to be represented by an immigration attorney.
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