Effective Representation In Immigration Court And Appeals
Immigration cases depend on the specific facts of the case and are often complex. The laws, regulations, and policies, or the interpretation and implementation of these three things, change often. This means that you cannot rely on comparisons to others’ cases that occurred years or even months ago. Every case is different and depends on the applicant’s own facts and interpretation of the law at the time of the decision. There really is no such thing as an easy, straightforward case anymore.
A failed (denied) application for relief or contact with the immigration authorities may result in the initiation of removal (deportation) proceedings against the applicant that can prevent you from remaining in or returning to the United States. Your immigration history is generally the most important factor to determine eligibility for future applications for legal status. Thus, a non-citizen facing an interview for an immigration benefit, a hearing before an immigration judge, or an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals or federal circuit court of appeals need representation they can trust, diligent lawyers like those at Rios Immigration Defense, P.S. who like what they do, and who have the knowledge, experience, and resources for to fight for you.
Rios Immigration Defense, P.S. has experienced, ethical, and creative lawyers who can help. Our attorneys exclusively practice immigration law and have a substantial track record of success with litigating immigration matters and appeals. We work with immigrants with a wide range of topics from family-based immigration to emergency matters involving removal and deportation.
The firm has a long and award-winning history of protecting the immigrant community from exploitation by unethical attorneys and ruthless “notarios” or unlawful practitioners of law. In 2009, Manuel Rios, was awarded the “Miembro Excepcional” Award by the Latina/o Bar Association of Washington for his work protecting the immigrant community from “notarios” unlawfully practicing law. In 2013, Manuel, who since 2002 has served as a consultant attorney for the Mexican Consulate in Seattle on immigration matters, was presented with the “Ohtli” Award by the Mexican Government, recognizing his advocacy for Mexican nationals in the United States. And in 2015, Deborah Neidermeyer and Manuel Rios were awarded Washington Bar Association’s highest honor, the Award of Merit, for their efforts to protect the immigration community against the unauthorized practice of law.
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These are always complex matters and the sooner you speak with one of our attorneys, the sooner we can investigate potential defenses to removal, assist with admissibility issues or work to develop an effective strategy for an appeal. Call our Seattle office at 206-970-2781 or use our online form to make an appointment to meet with our lawyers.