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Removal Defense

Removal and deportation defense attorney with you at every step of the way to navigate removal proceedings

Removal Defense

Removal and deportation defense attorney with you at every step of the way to navigate removal proceedings

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How it works?

People who are facing expulsion from the United States or deportation to their home nations frequently feel alone in their struggle. but are committed to representing persons in removal processes across the country. At every stage of our Deportation and Removal Proceedings, we will tenaciously defend you. Our deportation and removal proceedings attorney has extensive knowledge of all removal laws and can use that knowledge to your advantage. He has years of experience in immigration matters.

Deportation And Removal Proceedings

If you are a foreign person, you can be put in deportation or removal proceedings to be deported to your home country under specific circumstances. For example, even if you have become a citizen of the United States, you may be deported if you obtained your green card or citizenship through deception.

You may be deported from the United States if you:

Were condemned for specific crimes related to firearms, illegal drugs, or espionage

Were convicted of escaping from an immigration checkpoint, i.e. escaping away

Are presently a drug addict or abuser or become one at any time after your admission to the U.S.

Were convicted of domestic brutality, stalking, child neglect, or child abuse or child abandonment, or you disobeyed the part of a protective order that was indicated to prevent potential threats of violence, bodily injury, or repeated harassment

Failed to notify the immigration authorities, in writing, of a change in address within ten days of the move

Were condemned for providing incorrect information in connection with mandatory registration with immigration authorities

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FAQs

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It depends, someone detained will be on an expedited docket (3-6 Months) but a non-detained person will not. However, the current administration is pressuring Immigration Judges to complete cases as soon as possible and less continuances will be granted to pursue pending benefits at USCIS. It also depends on the location of the court and how many immigration judges there are at that location.

There is no difference between removal and deportation. Removal is a newer term for what was deportation proceedings and encompasses inadmissibility and deportability. People seeking to be admitted to the USA are subject to the grounds of inadmissibility (INA 212 (a) and persons who have been admitted are subject to the grounds of deportability (INA Sec 237).

One can get arrested by the police following an infraction and perhaps get away with Immigration getting involved. However, some criminal arrests will be followed by a detainer placed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) because of the nature of the underlying offense.

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