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Immigration Specialists Of America

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Deportation & Removal Defense

Deportation, or “removal” in legal terms, happens when the federal government orders a non-citizen to leave the United States.

This happens for different reasons, but usually, after an immigrant violates an immigration law or more serious criminal laws.

Take a look at our Deportation Defense FAQ to learn more about deportation from the United States.

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Deportation Defense FAQ

Anyone who is not a U.S. citizen can be removed from the country. If you have overstayed your Visa or worked without permission, you could be deported. Permanent Residents (Green Card holders) can be removed if convicted of certain crimes or violate immigration laws.
The process usually begins with an arrest or a “Notice to Appear” (NTA). A Notice to Appear document tells you to appear in an immigration court before a judge. You then must defend yourself if you want to stay in the country.
Yes, it is very possible to cancel deportation/removal proceedings and stay in the United States, but you will need a good defense and an experienced immigration attorney to defend you.

The deportation/removal process is stressful and confusing for individuals and families. When your case comes before an immigration judge, the United States government is represented by a trial attorney who has worked on hundreds, if not thousands, of deportations.

So, it is important you have an experienced, trustworthy immigration attorney by your side to fight for your rights.

Our immigration attorneys make every effort to resolve your case favorably in immigration court. We have made it possible for many of our clients to stay in the United States and receive Work Permit Visas, Green Cards, and even citizenship.

Have You Been Arrested Or Received A Notice To Appear (NTA)?

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