One of the most stressful and frightening experiences someone can face is deportation
There are multiple strategies that can be used to defend someone facing deportation. However, the attorney matters as you may only get one chance. Our deportation attorneys have a track record of success defending immigrants from removal.
Our deportation attorneys strive for termination of proceedings or cancellation of removal. For our clients on a visa or overstay status, our deportation attorneys goal is to get our clients a green card. Our deportation attorneys have successfully helped our clients obtain lawful permanent residence or citizenship despite a visa overstay, an illegal entry or having a prior criminal record.
If you are in immigration detention and are seeking release you will want an experienced immigration deportation attorney. Our deportation attorneys have obtained release for our clients in immigration jail across the U.S. In order to obtain release you must prove that you aren’t a flight risk and that you aren’t a danger to the community. If you have questions call our deportation attorneys today.
If you ask for asylum at the border and you are detained you will likely have a fear interview. Asylum seekers who don’t pass this interview are usually scheduled for deportation but can ask to see a judge to confirm the asylum officers ruling. This hearing is known as a credible fear redetermination. Our attorneys have successfully overturned negative fear findings from the asylum office allowing our clients to pursue their asylum claims.
If you have lost your case in immigration court or have had an immigration application denied, you will likely want to appeal your case. We often have clients retain our firm after having a bad experience with a previous attorney. You cannot be deported while your appeal is pending and many take several years to complete. However, you must act quickly. An appeal must be received by the Board of Immigration Appeals within 30 days after the Immigration Judge’s decision.