Appeals of USCIS decisions
Should a decision on naturalization or residency be in error, Ferro & Cuccia offers representation of clients before the federal district courts. We have assisted many clients in their federal cases, based upon the Administrative Procedures Act ("APA") and the Petition for Review of Naturalization Denial under 8 U.S.C. § 1421(c).
Petitions for Review
Unfortunately, not all cases succeed in front of an immigration judge or the Board of Immigration Appeals. For those unlucky to be ordered removed or deported from the United States, the federal courts offer continued hope. The federal Courts of Appeals are the ultimate "last chance" for many persons facing deportation. We can represent you in your appeal (called a "Petition for Review") to the appropriate United States Court of Appeals.
Writ of Mandamus
Many times applications become stalled. An applicant for naturalization or permanent residence often happily leaves an interview told that he or she has successfully "passed" and to simply go home and wait and that "soon, you will receive something in the mail." Instead, time passes. Sometimes months or years go by. Ferro & Cuccia can help.
We can file a complaint in the appropriate federal district court seeking a writ of mandamus or a Petition for Hearing on Naturalization Decision under 8 U.S.C. § 1447(b).