Under what circumstances can an individual file a motion to reopen in immigration proceedings?

A motion to reopen provides individuals with a mechanism to present new evidence or legal arguments in immigration proceedings under certain circumstances. Common grounds for filing a motion to reopen include the discovery of new evidence that was not available at the time of the original hearing, changes in law or policy that affect the case, or circumstances that warrant a reevaluation of the decision based on humanitarian or other compelling factors.

To understand when and how individuals can file a motion to reopen in immigration proceedings and explore its significance in challenging immigration decisions, visit Motion to Reopen.

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