about a year and a half.
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While I agree with my colleague, it is really not possible to give an exact time frame. This is because it will depend on a number of factors: whether or not oral argument is permitted; whether the case is complex and thus requires further time and consideration; whether the government or the immigrant do further things, such as seek supplemental briefing/ ask for stay of removal / or file supplemental authority. Get good appellate counsel, or if you have one already ask your appellate counsel. Good luck on appeal!
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It may be a year or two on the average, but it varies from case to case.
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