The Fogle Law Fim, LLC is one of the top Immigration Law Firms in the country. We have successfully appealed a very large number of cases with the Board of Immigration Appeals as well as a number of cases in various U.S. Circuit Courts across the county.
- SAEEDI v. ROURK, — F.Supp.2d —-, 2011 WL 940536 (W.D.N.C.)
- DIALLO v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 596 F.3d 1329 (11th Cir. 2010) *
- CELESTINO-CONTRERAS v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 305 Fed.Appx. 633, 2008 WL 5412346 (C.A.11, 2010)
- MONTANO CISNEROS v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 514 F.3d 1244 (11th Cir. 2008)*
- HALIM v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 255 Fed.Appx. 485, 2007 WL 4157283 (C.A.11, 2007)
- RUNTU v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 228 Fed.Appx. 939, 2007 WL 1766939 (C.A.11, 2007)
- MADU v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 470 F.3d 1462 (11th Cir. 2006) *
- CONTRERAS-RODRIGUEZ v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 462 F.3d 1416 (11th Cir. 2006)*
- SUSANTO v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 185 Fed.Appx. 871, 2006 WL 1697536 (C.A. 11, 2006)
- TAN v. U.S. ATTY. GEN., 446 F.3d 1469 (11th Cir. 2006)*
*Indicates Published Precedent Decision which is required to be followed in U.S. Circuit where decided.
The Fogle Law Firm, LLC has won numerous other U.S. Court of Appeals cases which are non-pubished decisons which are not precedent and may not be listed as well as a multitude of Board of Immigration Appeals cases which are not published. Please be aware that we can represent clients in any Federal Court and Immigration Court in the United States as well as any Board of Immigration Appeals case.
The Fogle Law Firm, LLC has had a very high degree of success in filing mandamus actions against the Department of Homeland Security for delaying adjudication of our clients’ cases for “background checks”. We have had almost a 100% success rate with delayed naturalization or citizenship cases and very close to that rate with adjustment of status to permanent resident cases.
Aside from unprecedented success regarding Immigration related cases in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, The Fogle Law Firm, LLC has won a large number of Immigration Court appeals to Board of Immigration Appeals.
Please feel free to contact our office if you wish to discuss a potential case with us.