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Listen to our live radio show Your Key to Immigration Solutions in Spanish every Saturday from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM on La Jefa 107.9 FM or tune-in online at http://lajefadallas.univision.com/

Escuche y llame a nuestro programa de radio La Llave Para Soluciones Migratorias en Español todos los sábados de 8:00 AM a 9:00 AM en La Jefa 107.9 FM o sintoniza en línea en http://lajefadallas.univision.com/

Petitions for Declaratory Relief

Writs of Mandamus / Requests for Declaratory Relief / Habeas

Certain remedies may be pursued in federal district court requesting review of agency decisions. The following is a simplified, non-exclusive list of court remedies that are generally available to individuals who have been adversely affected by a certain action (or inaction) from a government agency:

  • A complaint for declaratory relief basically asks the court to declare a certain agency decision unconstitutional or unlawful.
  • A request for injunction relief asks the court to enjoin or restrain the agency from committing a certain act that would harm the person's case.
  • A writ of mandamus asks the court to issue an order to a government officer to perform a mandatory duty on the case. This remedy is commonly sought when the immigration agency has delayed in making a decision on an application.
  • A writ of habeas corpus (or "Great Writ") is a legal action challenging the unlawful detention of a person.

The passage of recent immigration laws has restricted federal judicial review over certain claims. Some remedies even require that the applicant exhaust his or her administrative remedies before seeking federal judicial review. Therefore it is imperative to seek legal counsel to determine if your case qualifies for legal action in federal court and evaluate which remedy best suits your case.

Immigration law is often compared to tax law in its complexity. Do not struggle alone with complicated state and federal immigration laws and the varying immigration laws of other countries. We have helped thousands of individuals, families and businesses resolve their immigration law challenges. Contact us for a low-charge initial consultation to discuss how we can help you, your family or your business.

Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding immigration law, including questions relating to naturalization, deportation, permanent visas, working in the United States, traveling abroad or employer compliance, please contact our law firm to schedule an in-person, telephonic or video consultation regardless of your location within the United States or anywhere in the World.

We speak Spanish , Slovak, and Czech, accept credit cards, and provide initial consultations with an attorney for a low fee. To contact us, call 214-251-8011 (Dallas, TX area), 817-332-1100 (Fort Worth, TX area), 225-291-2155 (Baton Rouge, LA), or toll-free 1-888-562-0398 (nationwide).

* The information on this website should not be construed as legal advice. Use of information on this site does not form an attorney-client relationship. Fully licensed by the Texas Supreme Court.

** Louisiana Office - not licensed to practice law or represent clients in matters of State Law in Louisiana; but Authorized by Federal Law to advise and represent clients in Immigration Matters in Louisiana and throughout the United States. Practice is limited to Immigration Law.



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