Lancaster Immigration Appeals Lawyers

At the Law Office of Troy J. Mattes, P.C., we help people appeal a broad range of immigration issues, from a denied petition for adjustment of status to deportation appeals. Our clients receive high-quality, dedicated representation on appeals in front of the Board of Immigration Appeals, the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office and all the way up to the United States 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals if need be.

Attorney Troy J. Mattes handles cases before immigration courts nationwide, before the Board of Immigration Appeals on up to federal circuit courts if necessary.

Contact us today if you or a loved one is considering appealing an immigration-related court decision. Time is of the essence. Our Lancaster, Pennsylvania, immigration appeals attorneys can provide you with the counsel and representation you need now at affordable rates and flexible payment plans.

Effective Review, Responsive Defense of Your Position

There are strict timelines on appeals. We develop a strong case for your appeal following careful examination of your documentation, denial, and outstanding issues. You have 30 days to file a notice of appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals following a denial.

If your appeal must be taken to federal court, we must submit a notice of appeal to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or to the federal circuit court of appeals within 30 days of a denial. Here, the stakes are higher. Attorney Mattes is familiar with appeal procedures and represents our clients as well as the clients of other lawyers who are not certified to represent people at the federal level.

Contact Our York Deportation Removal Appeals Attorneys

Whether you or a loved one has been detained unjustly, detained for an extraordinary length of time, been subjected to poor detention conditions, have lost an immigration case, or have been denied for any immigration petition, we can help you find just resolution of your legal problem. Contact us today.