Preeti Sinha

Can I appeal an I-829 denial to USCIS?


Joe Whalen
April 21, 2015 05:21 AM  Joe Whalen

No AAO appeal lies from the denial of an I-829. Such a denial will result in termination of status and the issuance of an NTA to place you in Removal Proceedings. An IJ has authority to do a de novo review but lacks the time and expertise. Any tricky denial is likely (but not an absolute thing) to be certified to the AAO first and an IJ or the BIA would likely rubber stamp the AAO or CSC Director's Decision.

April 21, 2015 05:24 AM  

No you cannot

April 21, 2015 05:28 AM  Alex Silensky

There is no appeal for a denial of an I-829 application. If a Notice to Appear (NTA) is not issued with the denial, you may file a Motion to Reopen before one is issued.

Mark Ivener
April 21, 2015 05:31 AM  Mark Ivener

There is no appeal for a denial of an I-829 application

Raymond Lahoud
February 28, 2016 03:33 PM  Raymond Lahoud

No -- you may not appeal a denial of a Form I-829. What may follow, however, is that you may be placed in removal proceedings.

Gregory Finkelson
October 30, 2018 07:19 PM  Gregory Finkelson

No you cannot appeal a denial of I-829.

Marko Issever
December 30, 2018 12:07 AM  Marko Issever

Unfortunately, you cannot.


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