Appeals to a Higher Authority: AAO and BIA-Downloadable
Appeals to a Higher Authority: AAO and BIA [Audio Seminar]
This 90 minute audio seminar was originally presented live on May 3, 2012
The Administrative Appeals Office of the USCIS and the Board of Immigration Appeals within the Department of Justice each have distinct authority for handling specific cases being appealed. Learn which agency has jurisdiction over which appeals. This panel will address the mechanics of presenting your appeal and address tips on presenting additional evidence, briefing issues, and where to find published and unpublished decisions.
- AAO Jurisdiction Over Nonimmigrant, and Immigrant Visa Denials, TPS, Waivers and Other Categories
- BIA Jurisdiction over Immigration Judge Decisions and Family Based Immigration Petitions under INA §204(a)
- Where to File Your Appeal and What Forms to File Including Filing Fees
- Briefing Deadlines, Supplementing the Record, and Motion Practice
- Tips for Making Your Notice of Appeal and Brief Effective
- Seeking Review in Federal District Courts and Circuit Courts of Appeal
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