Appeals & Waivers
Waivers & Appeals
At the Law Offices of Rathi and Associates, we have put together a team of knowledgeable, experienced, and compassionate Waivers and Appeals Attorneys. There is no issue that we have not dealt with successfully in the past and we welcome all cases pertaining to appeals including civil case, immigration, hardship appeals and all other appeal and waiver-related issues. For more information click on a link below.
Civil Case Appeals
Immigration Hardship Appeals
Asset Seizure and Forfeiture
Marriage Fraud Issues
Lawsuit Against Government
While the appeals process is relatively straightforward, you’ll need a Michigan civil case appeals attorney who will be able to spot errors in the administration of the law as well as produce and file appeals in a professional and timely manner.
Although appealing the deportation decision of an immigration judge is straightforward, you need an immigration law firm with experience in such matters to help you as it is critical that we present your case in a timely manner and in the proper form. The legal brief we file will go a long way towards making your case to the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Immigration Hardship Appeals will be made to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO). Only one appeal is permitted and must be received by the AAO within 30 days after you receive the initial denial. As with all aspects of the immigration process, it is strongly recommended that you consult with a knowledgeable Michigan immigration attorney prior to filing any documents.
If your property has been seized by the federal or the state government, you’ll need the help of an experienced and knowledgeable asset forfeiture attorneys like those at The Law Offices of Rathi and Associates to try and get it back. Our extensive understanding of asset forfeiture law can increase your chances of successful recovery or your property.
If you are being deported based on immigration marriage fraud, you’ll need experienced attorneys on your side to present your appeal to the Attorney General. Our immigration law firm stands ready to assist you.
Do not assume that just because you do not have legal status that you do not have rights. Under the US Constitution, you are a person just like anyone else and when you are deprived of Constitutional rights by the federal or state government, or by any individual, you can sue them in a court of law.
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