Hiring a deportation attorney who understands the changing immigration laws and has experience creating strong arguments for relief from deportation is vital to success in deportation defense. Although non-citizens are not required to have an attorney and can choose to represent themselves in deportation proceedings, most are not trained in immigration law and do not have the knowledge or experience needed to successfully win arguments in front of the immigration judge.
The stakes are high. If the non-citizen convinces the… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo
Defending against deportation in the United States is very difficult. It is highly recommended that you find a knowledgeable and experienced deportation attorney to represent you in any deportation proceeding.
Deportation proceedings are like a criminal trial. The non-citizen is first charged with an immigration “offense” or reason why the person should be deported. The non-citizen must respond to those charges. If the person cannot prove that he or she is a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo
Being detained by Immigration Enforcement (ICE) or finding out that a family member has been put in deportation proceedings can be very scary. Although you are not required to be represented by an immigration attorney in deportation, it is very helpful to hire a deportation attorney to represent you. Deportation attorneys know the immigration law and can determine your best options for relief.
Generally, there are two main applications that you can file in deportation proceedings: Asylum and Cancellation of… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo
I have many clients who nervously tell me that Immigration Enforcement (ICE) has come to their house searching for a friend or family member.
Although anyone who is currently in the United States without the proper documentation is at risk for detention and removal, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the agency responsible for the apprehension and detention of those who are not legally in the United States, has released a memorandum explaining its enforcement policies and guidelines. There are… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo