What is Form EOIR-29, Notice of Appeal or Motion?
If you receive a denial notice, it is important to contact an immigration attorney as soon as possible. Generally, the appeal or motion must be filed within 30 days from the date of service. However, if you are appealing a decision to revoke the approval of an immigrant petition under 8 CFR 205.2, you must file it within 15 days. If you file an appeal, it will generally take 180-days for the government to issue a decision. If you file a motion, it will generally take 90 to 180-days for the government to issue a decision.
If your case is denied, it is important to speak with an experienced immigration attorney to determine if it is in your best interest to file an appeal or to refile your case. There are advantages and disadvantages that should be carefully discussed with an immigration attorney.
Nowadays, after a case is denied, USCIS will usually refer the case to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) within 3-6 months. This means that if you do not file an appeal/motion or refile your case, you will likely be placed in removal/deportation proceedings.
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