Testimonials

Ladan Mirbagheri Smith, Esq., Mirbagheri & Smith, LLP

The Immigrant and Refugee Appellate Center has been an invaluable service to our immigration practice. Tom Hutchins and Jim Feroli possess an encyclopedic knowledge of appellate case law, and superb research and brief drafting skills. They care deeply about their work product and the outcome of the cases that they undertake. They have worked closely with our practice to find and explore strategies that have led to successful outcomes in cases that otherwise seemed hopeless. IRAC has my unqualified recommendation as the best appellate resource an immigration practice can find.

John Blatz, Esq., RAICES

I have a longstanding relationship with IRAC. Tom Hutchins and Jim Feroli have been critical for the success of many of my cases on appeal. They are committed professionals and I have been extremely satisfied with their work. They are always accessible and I can expect a return phone call the same day. I give them my highest recommendation.

Konjit Amenu

I was ordered removed. Both the BIA and the Immigration Judge denied my case. I would have been forced to leave the country where I had lived for more than twenty years. I was so lucky to have found the lawyers at IRAC. They argued my case in the court of appeals and won. I was very pleased with the way they handled my case.

Jack Herzig Esq.

Tom Hutchins and Jim Feroli are in a class by themselves. They are highly professional, and consistently produce a well-researched and excellently presented argument. They have provided invaluable assistance to my law practice and I recommend them without reservation.

Esther Etuttu

Representation by the attorneys at IRAC has made all the difference in my life and the life of my son. After the Immigration Judge denied my case I did not know what I would do. I am forever grateful for the hard work and commitment of Jim Feroli and Tom Hutchins.

Unpublished BIA Decisions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In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) was not inadmissible