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Hello,

I am trying to understand the appeal process for I 751 good faith marriage waiver. I am aware that once an immigration officer denies a waiver petition an immigrant can go in front of the judge followed by Board of Immigration Appeals. In case Board of Immigration appeals also denies the waiver. Are there any further courts or elsewhere an immigrant can appeal? How much time does it take in the whole process i.e. how much time does judge take to make a final decision, how much time does BIA take and so on?

Thank You for your time.

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You really do not want to go further than the IJ. BIA cases can take a year and maybe to a circuit court. Every city has a different time frame due to backlogs. No idea in Atlanta.

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If the BIA denies your case you can take appeal the case to Federal Court.

This is not easy at all

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Your case can be reviewed in federal court if there is a basis. See to it that all the issues are preserved in anticipaton of an appeal. You need to work with a lawyer who handles appellate matters.

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