The attorneys at Aquino & Loew have extensive experience litigating immigration matters before the various courts, including the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), federal District Courts, and federal Courts of Appeals. Intricately familiar with the complex rules and procedures imposed by the various courts, Aquino & Loew are able to aggressively pursue court litigation in seeking reversals of erroneous decisions, as well as lawsuits against the immigration service forcing them to adjudicate applications that have been languishing for much too long.
Aquino & Loew maintains a full litigation practice including, but not limited to:
Appeals from the Immigration Judge to the BIA; BIA to the Circuit Court of Appeals; and Circuit Court of Appeals to the US Supreme Court
Motions to Reopen – Traditional Motions and Requests for Joint Motions to Reopen
Motions for Reconsideration
Petitions for Review
Stay of Removal
Habeas Corpus Petitions
The rights of individuals to seek reversals of erroneous decisions by the lower courts in the federal appellate courts is essential to ensuring that all avenues are properly pursued. The attorneys at Aquino & Loew are fully knowledgeable on the intricacies of the federal court system so that a complete assessment can be conducted to determine an action’s viability and likelihood of success.