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Deportation Defense

Defense in Deportation Proceedings

Deportation proceedings are administered by the U.S. Department of Justice, not by USCIS. These proceedings begin when the U.S. government accuses you of being in the country in violation of immigration laws and seeks a judge’s order for your expulsion.

Any foreign national—whether with legal status or not in the U.S.—could be subject to deportation proceedings. If you find yourself in the U.S. without legal immigration status or facing legal immigration problems, it is crucial to understand your rights. Deportation proceedings can be challenging, but you have the right to be represented by a lawyer.

We offer defense in these proceedings and work tirelessly to help you avoid deportation in the following cases:

Dismissal of removal proceedings: Sometimes, the U.S. government makes legal mistakes when initiating a deportation process. If you believe there are errors in your deportation case, we can help you file a motion to have your case terminated and protect your right to remain in the country. Additionally, in some cases, we can demonstrate that you are not an enforcement priority for the U.S. government.

International Protection: If you face threats or fear for your safety in your country, we can help you seek protection in the U.S. This includes applying for asylum and other protections covered by international agreements such as the Convention Against Torture (CAT).

Cancellation of Removal (Non-Residents): If you have been in the U.S. for more than 10 years, have a record of good moral character, have not committed certain crimes, and can demonstrate that your deportation would cause exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to a close family member who is a U.S. citizen or resident—you may qualify not to be deported.

Cancellation of Removal (Permanent Residents): If you are a U.S. permanent resident and are at risk of deportation due to alleged immigration law violations, you still have options! We can help you avoid deportation if you have lawfully resided for at least 7 years in the U.S., have no convictions for aggravated felonies, and can demonstrate that you deserve to remain in the country.

Adjustment of Status: If you are eligible to adjust your immigration status and obtain legal residency, an immigration judge has the authority to grant this important benefit. We can advise and represent you in this crucial process.

Voluntary Departure: If you do not qualify for any immigration benefit that allows you to remain lawfully in the U.S., we can help you request a voluntary departure from the immigration court. This allows you to leave on your terms instead of facing a deportation order. Our experienced team can help you make the best decision for your situation.

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