Advocating For You In Court
The immigration court process involves going to an administrative court where immigration judges hear your case and decide whether to order you removed from the United States or grant an immigration status, such as asylum or permanent residence. No matter where you are in the process, the attorneys at Stouffer Law are here to help. At every stage, we will stand by you and fight for your legal rights. You deserve a fair hearing and strong representation. Our attorneys have over 20 years of combined legal experience.
Suing the U.S. Government (USCIS) in District Court
In some instances, you can ask a U.S. District Court judge to step in and either grant a case or make USCIS do the right thing. A District Court case may be an option if USCIS has wrongfully denied your case or is unreasonably delaying a decision in your case. Our attorneys love to help our clients get the justice they deserve through this path.
What To Expect On Appeal
When your case is on appeal or requires a motion to reopen before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), Immigration Court or the USCIS, you have likely already been on a long difficult journey. At Stouffer Law, we understand how critical it is at this stage to ensure that the appeal or motion to reopen is thorough and meticulously crafted. It is important to have an experienced immigration attorney analyze your case to properly identify all errors in the decision. We will give you our honest opinion about your case at the onset based on our experience. If hired, we prepare a thorough, artfully crafted brief based on the most up-to-date research of applicable laws that pertain to the unique facts of your case.