Removal & Deportation Defense

IMMIGRATION COURT JUDGES have the power to deport a non-citizen (also known as “removal”) or to grant legal status based on relationships, facts, and the applications that are made to the Court. Deportation has serious consequences, often preventing a non-citizen from re-entering the United States for a significant period of time or never, depending on the particular findings that a judge may make. Equally a judge may make specific findings which allow a non-citizen to obtain permanent or temporary residence, based on the testimony presented and other facts that are allowed. Because of the many consequences, it is strongly recommended that you obtain an experienced attorney to help you to understand and hopefully succeed in an immigration court proceeding.

If you need Immigration Court representation, please submit the following and we will contact you as soon as possible:

Please complete name exactly as on Passport or Birth Certificate
Availability of various visas varies according to which foreign country you are a citizen of. We need this information to determine the answers to your questions.
This normally determines what immigration court you will need to report to,