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Colorado Springs Immigration Lawyer

When a need arises to resolve an immigration issue, it is best to have an experienced immigration lawyer help you. Many people make the mistake of believing the issue they are faced with is simple enough for them to handle alone. However, in many cases, even a simple immigration issue can turn into a complicated one with dire consequences if not properly handled from the get-go. At Joseph & Hall, we have experienced immigration attorneys who help clients in Colorado Springs to successfully meet their immigration needs.

Understanding the Immigration Process

  • Adjudication. If you are in the United States and seek an immigration benefit such as a green card, work authorization, or some other benefit, you must go through a process that begins with your submission of an application or petition for the benefit. This is typically done with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency that processes these applications and petitions both in the United States and across the globe. It is important that the application or petition filed is complete, accurate and in compliance with the law requirements; otherwise, it will be denied. Therefore, it is important to have the services of an immigration attorney to make sure things are done right.
  • Appeals. If your application or petition is approved, then either you or the person seeking the benefit gets the benefit and goes on to enjoy it. However, if the application or petition is denied, then the applicant or petitioner can appeal the decision and hopefully get a better outcome on appeal. At Joseph & Hall, we have immigration appeals lawyers who routinely file appeals and are successful in having denied applications or petitions approved. In many cases, these lawyers can ask USCIS to reopen and reconsider their decision denying an application or petition. 
  • Removal Proceedings. When all else fails, you may find yourself placed in what is known as “removal proceedings.” This typically happens when an application or petition for a benefit you applied for is denied and appealing the decision was not successful. Chances are, if your application for a benefit is denied, you are likely to be placed in removal proceedings once the 30-day period to appeal has expired. Removal proceedings take place before an immigration judge who must decide whether you should be deported or not. If you have been placed in removal proceedings, it is important you have an experienced removal defense attorney such as we have at Joseph & Hall.

Contact Us Today!

Whether you are just starting the immigration process or you are already in it or you have reached the end where your application or petition has been denied, there is much we can do for you to get what you desire or to avoid being deported if your application or petition has been denied. Contact us today and schedule an appointment to confidentially discuss your case. We serve clients in Colorado Springs and are ready to help you.


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