Deportation and Removal Defense

Facing Removal or Deportation?

If you’ve been notified that you have been placed in removal proceedings before the US federal immigration court, you’re probably scared, confused, and wondering what options you have to stay in the country you’ve come to love. Whether you’ve overstayed your visa, violated the terms of a visa, have entered the country unlawfully, or have been convicted of a crime, the authorities have come for you, and you’re looking for help. Our compassionate immigration lawyers are here to help you seek relief. With a broad range of experience in providing our clients with a rigorous defense, we can be the rock you cling to during these uncertain times. Book your appointment now.

What Are My Rights When Facing Removal from the U.S.?

First of all, you have a right to defend yourself against deportation. If you are not a native English speaker, the court will provide you with an interpreter at no cost to you. Trying to explain yourself in a language you are not fully comfortable in will usually not end well for you. Legal language is highly complex – and even native speakers have difficulty understanding it. Most importantly, you have the right to legal representation to help you defend yourself during such proceedings. Always consult a licensed lawyer with years of experience and proven success in removal cases. Our immigration attorneys have successfully represented clients in even the most complex removal cases. With our help, you never have to be afraid to appear at the court for removal proceedings. We’ll stay by your side all the way.
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What Relief from Deportation Might I Qualify For?

Until we have a chance to review all the documentation that specifies the charges against you, we cannot provide you with a robust defense. The moment you receive your Notice to Appear (NTA), book an appointment with one of our attorneys. The NTA lists all the charges they plan to bring against you, so bring it with you to your first appointment. Depending on that information, you might qualify for protection from removal if you are afraid of persecution or other harm due to your ethnicity, religion, political beliefs, or membership in a specific social group, such as tribes, persecuted genders, social classes, child soldiers, sexual orientation, former military or police that served a deposed leader, or political dissidents’ family members. If you don’t fall into any of those classes, you can pursue a waiver, termination of the removal proceedings, sponsorship by family members, or even obtaining green card. If the immigration judge denies relief, you can file an appeal. During that time, the U.S. government cannot deport you. Our legal team has helped many of our clients overcome removal proceedings successfully. Let us fight for your rights.