When you need to change your immigration status, you will have to deal with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and in many cases, you will have to submit applications, pay fees and potentially even attend interviews. Despite your efforts and investments, however, you may end up getting an unfavorable decision from USCIS. While these situations can be upsetting, frustrating and even disheartening, it’s important for people to remember that appealing USCIS decisions may be an option for them.
In this blog series, we will answer some commonly asked questions about appealing USCIS decisions. While the answers and info provided herein are general, you can easily obtain more specific info and professional advice regarding your immigration case and issues by contacting the Los Angeles immigration attorneys at the Hanlon Law Group, P.C.