There is no way to tell you without knowing what your underlying claim was and the reasons for the denial.
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I cannot see how you can handle an appeal yourself. You financial difficulty is not going to win the appeal. Try to find pro bono attorney to help you. You still have the time I assume before the brief is due
You are making a big mistake handling this appeal yourself. Not only will you likely leave out helpful information, but you could also include unnecessarily damaging information. For example, there is no EMIR-26 form that I know off; my guess is that you are talking about EOIR-26 Notice of Appeal. If that's the case, item # 6 is the heart of the appeal and if not appropriately answered, your appeal will be summarily dismissed. My advice is to seek the assistance of an attorney immediately.
The fact that you are asking this question is indicative that you are in way over your head. If you cannot afford private counsel then see if you can obtain assistance from your local Legal Aid Society or other organization that provides free or low cost legal assistance.
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