Motion to Reopen

A motion to reopen an immigration matter is an approach we take to fight certain immigration rulings that have been issued previously. For example, removal orders and USCIS rulings in denial of claims can be considered for a motion to reopen. We are a premier immigration law firm with decades of legal experience, including federal litigation, representing clients in immigration court. We do extensive research and prepare our filings very carefully in order to successfully represent our clients in court and give them their best opportunity to win their motion to reopen cases. Reopening immigration cases comes with risk. Our lawyers and staff are some of the most experienced in the field of immigration litigation and routinely achieve success on behalf of our clients. Read below for many examples of the cases we were honored to work on.

Young 12 Year Old from China Gets Green Card from Step Dad; Despite Divorce & Complications US Senator Helps Obtain Info & Pandemic Filing Approved

[Please note: The Client’s name and case key details may have been altered to preserve the identity of the client. This Success Story is not intended to be an offer of service or case plan. Every case is unique. The Success Story is presented for information purposes only.] In 2012, when he was twelve years old, Peizhi came to Los Angeles from China where he was reunited with his mother,

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India Man’s Many Green Card Attempts Failed Due to Removal Order; Removal Order Terminated, His Green Card Was Easily Obtained

[Please note: The Client’s name and case key details may have been altered to preserve the identity of the client. This Success Story is not intended to be an offer of service or case plan. Every case is unique. The Success Story is presented for information purposes only.] In 2016 the Margaret W. Wong team in Atlanta agreed to work with Rudra, a man in his forties from India who

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Green Card dream come true

Mr. W’s Story of Struggle Our client, Mr. W, was an electrical engineer in his home country of China and had traveled extensively for his work. Eventually, in 1997, his travels brought him to the United States; he entered legally, originally on a visitor visa. Once he was in this country, he was dazzled by the quality and quantity of educational opportunities here. He also began to appreciate the more

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DHS non opposition to our motion – Green Card approved!

Our Attorney was successful in the grant of a motion to reopen sua sponte with the Board of Immigration Appeals.  Our client, an Indian National has been in the United States since she was nine years old.  Her parent filed an asylum application which was denied resulting in her acquiring a final order of deportation.  Our client did not know about this as she was extremely young and under the

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Bia approval and motion to terminate

Attorney was successful in the grant of a motion to terminate deportation proceedings with the Board of Immigration Appeals.  One of our clients, a Chinese national married an American Citizen and has a young family.  He came to the United States almost 10 years ago seeking asylum.  His asylum case was not granted and this resulted in a final order of deportation.  When he first arrived in the United States

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After 20 years, Chinese national gets his Green Card

Our client, a Chinese national in his 40s, came to our office in 2010 seeking help with his extraordinarily complicated immigration case that spanned two decades, three marriages, and countless setbacks. When our client was 24 years, he old took a boat from China to the United States. He landed on the shores of California where he and 200 others were detained and put into deportation proceedings.  He was improperly

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Man from China overstays student visa, wins permanent status

Mr. P.Y., a citizen of China, entered the United States on an F-1 student visa in 2001. He has remained in the U.S. ever since. As a result of the overstay, he was placed in removal proceedings and charged under section 237 (a) (1)(C)(i) of INA as amended, for failure to maintain non-immigrant status under which he was admitted. He appeared in front of an immigration judge in 2010 and

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Saudi Arabian woman wins motion to reopen, green card through naturalized husband

Mrs. M, of Saudi Arabia, was married to a Green Card holder. Together they had three children born in the U.S. Unfortunately Mrs. M had a long history of immigration proceedings. She had applied for asylum, which was denied. She was placed in court proceedings and ordered removed. It was at this point, in 2008, that she approached the Law Office of Margaret Wong and Associates. She was in a

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Couple returns to Bulgaria for visa interview, misses hearing, receives removal order and 5 year bar; mtr and terminate succeed, and clients return to USA

Client is a 51-year old native and citizen of Bulgaria. Her husband came to our office to discuss his wife’s case. She was recently issued a 221(g) document, visa refusal, at the U.S. consulate in Bulgaria due to the consulate needing additional information regarding client’s prior asylum application and outcome of removal proceedings when she previously resided in the U.S. He asked if we could assist them in providing the

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60-year-old korea man in usa 20 years as visitor overstays, uses mtr (motion to reopen) and daughter’s i-130 petition for alien relative to win green card

Client is a 60-year old native and citizen of South Korea. He has been living here in the U.S. since 1996. He entered on a B1 visitor visa through Los Angeles, CA. He came to our offices to assist him in filing a Motion to Reopen and rescind his prior in absentia removal order. Although we knew he had already filed one motion to reopen with another attorney, we agreed to file

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