In the United States, our litigation team represents clients who have matters with the Department of State, the Department of Labor and the Department of Homeland Security, including United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals).

These Administrative agencies are under a legal duty to follow the United States Constitution, statutes passed by Congress, and their own regulations. When these agencies failed to comply with these laws, a lawsuit against them may be an possibility. When considering this option, you need an experienced legal team that specializes in handling complex immigration matters such as:

  • removal defense,
  • Federal Tort Claims Act
  • cases,
  • habeas, and
  • mandamus.

We also handle cases involving immigration agencies’ denials where responses on Motions to Reopen, Reconsider or Appeal are needed. Further, our litigation team helps foreign nationals who face criminal charges and/or convictions by reviewing and analyzing the case, working with the criminal defense team in plea negotiations and exploring available waivers and other legal relief where relevant.

From assessment of our clients’ legal options to strategy and representation at all stages of the litigation process, both administrative and federal, we will work tirelessly to reach a prompt, fair, just, and equitable result in your case.

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