Is the government requesting evidence?
It may sound as though immigration is asking for what was already provided. Even if true, an effective response means tackling head-on your evidentiary and legal compliance.
Was your application denied?
Immigration’s decision will not make sense to you. It will claim you lacked proof, or didn’t satisfy the law’s requirements, or both.
We will improve your success odds if you omitted something important, or if the government misinterpreted or misapplied the law. Either way, we discuss what the decision is saying, and how it can be fixed.
The case type and the government’s denial reason determine which legal process to pursue:
Attorney Lynn S. Olinger knows them all and has succeeded at them all. Recognized by peers, opponents, judges and former clients as formidable and tough to beat, Lynn is the referral for clients with seemingly unsolvable or unwinnable cases in all of the following areas:
- Deportation Defense
- Immigration Imprisonment and Bond
- Stay of Removal
- Visa, Green Card or Citizenship Denial
- Waiver Denial
- Removing conditions on marriage-based green card
With more than 25 years of successful federal litigation experience, when necessary Lynn S. Olinger will challenge unlawful government action through federal circuit court appeals and federal district court lawsuits.
There are deadlines to avoid or challenge a denial. It is important to talk to a lawyer right away. Knowing that you qualify for the immigration benefit will give you confidence to properly respond, re-file your application, or appeal your denial.