About

Professional

The Immigrant & Refugee Appellate Center (IRAC) is an immigration law firm dedicated to representing the individual needs of our clients. Our attorneys have over thirty years of experience handling cases in all aspects of immigration law. We can find the best solution for your case.

Individualized Service

Your case is important. Our attorneys spend time and take care to know you and your case so we can present the best available legal strategy on your behalf. Please contact us to discuss how we can assist you.

Innovative

We look for creative solutions to intractable problems. If you have been denied immigration status or relief, we will work for you to provide a better outcome on appeal. Our attorneys consider all options to allow our clients to remain in the United States legally.

Experienced

Our attorneys have successfully represented individuals across the spectrum of immigration law. Whether you are fleeing harm abroad, or are being removed from the United States for a criminal conviction, we can handle your case. IRAC attorneys represent clients who are obtaining visas and green cards (lawful permanent residence), and who are naturalizing to become United States citizens. We represent clients before administrative agencies, in Immigration Court and before the Board of Immigration Appeals, in U.S. District Courts, and before the U.S. Courts of Appeals.

Providing a Resource for Attorneys

Our proximity to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Arlington Immigration Court, and Washington, D.C. allows us to assist attorneys and to enable them to enhance their representation of clients. We provide case review and same day filing services with the BIA. Please contact us to arrange same day filing or case review services. We also write briefs, motions and memoranda of law. If you lack the time to prepare a brief or motion, or if you would welcome assistance with a particular issue, we can help.

Unpublished BIA Decisions
Ramon Garcia-Fonseca, A075 535 094 (BIA June 5, 2014)

In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) was not inadmissible