McBean Immigration Law

Motion To Reopen Approved by Board of Immigration Appeals

The client filed his first appeal in 2006 through another lawyer and it was denied.

USCIS wrongfully denied his application for a Green Card more than once.

Client has a USC wife, children, parent and other strong ties to the U.S.

He came to McBean Law seeking help because he felt stuck. We filed our Motion to Reopen his removal proceedings on June 2020.

We were statutorily BARRED from bringing this motion because it was filed 14 years AFTER the last decision in the case.

Getting the BIA to reopen a case is incredibly hard.

The Department of Homeland Security did not object to our motion.

We asked the BIA to reopen the case sua sponte (in their discretion) and they were persuaded through our well written brief to do so!

This is the kind of work that we do at McBean Law. The fight isn’t over for our client, but THE TOUGHEST PART HAS BEEN CLEARED.

P.S.  Success stories are based on real cases. However, each case is different, and past successes do not guarantee that all cases will have a similar result. 

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McBean Law, PLLC is a New York, Westchester-based immigration law firm that represents clients in the United States and across the globe.

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