To fully exhaust all potential avenues of appeal, an individual may appeal an immigration related denial to the United States Supreme Court in what is called a Writ of Certiorari. The U.S. Supreme Court accepts for review only a small percentage of cases. In past sessions, the Supreme Court received more than 8,000 petitions (in one year) and, on average, reviewed/accepted only about 80 cases for that year. Our office has submitted Docket number: 01-71407 U.S. Supreme Court, Petition for Certiorari & Application for Stay, No. 07A452 (2007) U.S. Supreme Court, Petition for a writ of certiorari, Keiti Kayyal, et al., Petitioners v. Peter D. Keisler, Acting Attorney General, 07A384, submitted to Justice Kennedy (2007), 2003.