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    Board of Immigration Appeals

    If your defense application within immigration court has been denied, it may be possible to submit an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). There is a strict timeline and specific regulations you must abide by when appealing to the BIA.

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    Administrative Appeals Unit Appeals

    The Administrative Appeals Unit is part of the Administrative Appeals Office, where it is possible to submit an appeal for a denied application. Similar to submitting an appeal to the BIA, it is best to receive advice from an immigration attorney when sending anything to the AAU.

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    Federal Circuit Court of Appeals

    Appealing before the federal circuit court of appeals can be a highly complicated process with strict rules and timelines. If you believe this process may apply to your legal case, hiring an experienced immigration attorney is a more guaranteed route to obtain a favorable decision.

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    Mandamus and Habeas Corpus Actions

    Mandamus and Habeas Corpus actions both have the power to compel a subordinate court or government agency to take action in a certain way, such as forcing USCIS to adjudicate a visa or application for citizenship, as well as challenge the length of an individual's immigration detention.

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