The threat of deportation is an extremely traumatic and frightening ordeal. We understand the fear and uncertainty and can help you find a form of relief or defense to prevent the worst from happening.
Below are some defense strategies or relieves we can explore with you:
Asylum and Withholding of Removal
Cancellation of Removal
Temporary Protective Status
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA
Common Grounds for Deportation Proceedings
The deportation process is initiated when the Department of Homeland Security issues a Notice to Appear charging you inadmissible to or deportable from the U.S.
We defend individuals threatened with deportation or removal because of:
A criminal conviction;
Overstaying a visa;
Immigration fraud or violation;
Entering the country illegally;
Final Order of Removal/Deportation after a denial of asylum;
Failing to depart after a grant of voluntary departure; or
Being arrested and convicted of a serious crime such as domestic violence, illegal possession of a firearm or drug possession.
The thought of being torn away from your family and the life you’ve grown accustomed to is unimaginable. With so much at stake, take decisive action now.