In some situations, an individual may become aware of new facts that may permit the Immigration Court or Board of Immigration Appeals to reopen his or her proceedings. Some factors that may alter the outcome of an individual’s case include: changed conditions in the person’s home country or a new and previously unavailable option for relief.
Normally, a person may only file one motion to reopen and that motion must be filed no later than 90 days after the date the person’s final administrative decision was rendered in the proceeding sought to be reopened.
However, some there are some exceptions to the general rule.
If you feel that you have new facts that would affect the outcome of your case, contact the experienced attorneys at Christophe Law Group, P.C. for a consultation.
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