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Florida Federal Deportation Defense Attorney

If you are an immigrant whose case has already been denied by a local immigration court and the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”), then you may still be eligible to seek relief and win your case by taking it to federal court.

At Colombo & Hurd, our experienced attorneys can review your case to determine and advise you whether to file your case in federal court. It is critical that you receive expert advice promptly involving any potential federal claim you may have due to the complexity of this area of law and strict deadlines which may apply to your case.

Although federal appeals can arise in a variety of immigration cases, most cases involve appeals of BIA denials related to asylum, deportation, removal, and criminal charges. If the BIA denies your case, then Colombo & Hurd, PL can help. Contact us immediately upon receipt of a denial. We can help you file a petition for review with the federal court that has jurisdiction over your case. The petition must be filed within 30 days after the date of the BIA denial.

BIA denials are not the only type of cases that can be filed in federal court. Colombo & Hurd’s attorneys can help you with any type of federal immigration case. If you have any questions or concerns related to a federal immigration case, contact one of Colombo & Hurd’s experienced attorneys 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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