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Circuit Court Review of Removal Order

Circuit Court Appeals: An Overview

At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Colorado immigration lawyers have the skills and experience to represent clients in circuit court appeals. With a deep familiarity of the standards and procedures that govern the appeals process, we are more than ready to take immediate action to protect your rights. For a confidential, no-obligation consultation with a highly qualified immigration litigation attorney, please call us today. 

There are few things more stressful than facing deportation from the country. Under United States law, a removal order can be challenged to the circuit court of appeals. In addition, other related immigration matters, including the denial of asylum claim, can be appealed to the proper federal circuit courts. There are strict rules and procedures that must be followed if you want a circuit court to review a removal order. 

Additionally, you need to take swift action to initiate the appeals process. The deportation process can move quickly. Individuals have a limited amount of time to get their case before a federal circuit court for review. Most often, an appeal to a circuit court comes after an appeal as was already heard by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). A circuit court must receive your petition for review within 30 days of the date that the BIA rendered a decision. 

You can Trust Our Colorado Immigration Appeals Attorneys

Immigration appeals are a complex and highly specialized area of federal law. At Joseph & Hall P.C., we devote a significant portion of our immigration practice to representing clients in appeal. Our team is ready to get started on your case right away. When you call our office, you will speak to a Colorado circuit court appeals lawyer who will: 

  • Conduct an in-depth review of your immigration case;
  • Gather all of the information, records, and evidence; and
  • Prepare a strong, well-supported appeal before the circuit court. 

With a focus on providing personalized attention to each and every client, we will put in the time and resources needed to get you the best possible outcome. As our Colorado federal immigration litigation lawyers have handled many appeals, clients often retain our services after previously being represented by other counsel. 

Call Our Colorado Immigration Litigation Attorneys for Help With Your Case

At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Colorado immigration lawyers have extensive experience representing clients in federal litigation. If you are considering a circuit court appeal, you need a reliable attorney on your side. Contact our firm today for a confidential, no-commitment immigration consultation. With legal office locations in Aurora, Colorado Springs, and Frisco, we handle immigration law matters throughout the entire state of Colorado. 


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