REMOVAL AND DEPORTATION

FAQ

A notice of appearance in court is a legal document provided by the Immigration Service to foreign nationals and containing information on why the immigration service does not believe that you should remain in the United States. It is important for you that this document be reviewed by an attorney as soon as possible. We have helped clients defend themselves in immigration court and will be happy to discuss the situation with you and your family. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

The government is trying to expel you from this country. That doesn’t mean they’ll succeed. In various cases, there are many objections and legal arguments. Contact us to discuss your options.

The first thing to do is to breathe. We know this is a stressful situation for you and your family. Not all hope is lost. It is important that you contact a lawyer as soon as possible. We have found ways to deter other clients from being deported. Contact us to have us consider all your options.

Each case is different. We can work with you to develop the right legal strategy. This strategy will be based on many different circumstances, including, but not limited to, how you entered the U.S., what you did in the U.S., any previous crime stories, and your family immigration status in the U.S.

During this process, you may be detained. This will depend on why the government is seeking your expulsion from the U.S. Even if you are detained, you may be eligible for release through a bail hearing. You will need to show that you are not in danger of running away and you have good moral character to be released on bail. In the past, we have helped other clients in this regard and will be happy to cooperate with you. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

You must receive a notice of hearing at the time of receipt of the Notice of Appearance or shortly thereafter. Hearings will be scheduled by an immigration judge depending on their availability, and the whole process may take some time, and some cases can last for years.

If you lose, an expulsion order will be issued against you and you will be expelled to your country. The expulsion procedure will affect your ability to receive immigration benefits in the future. However, there are ways to bring you back to the U.S., even if you have an expulsion order. We worked with clients who were deported before they left us and brought them back to the U.S. Contact us to discuss your situation.

Yes. You can appeal the judge’s decision. The appeal will be based on the judge’s arguments and the specific facts of your case. Contact us to determine if you should appeal.

If you win, there are many different outcomes, the first of which is the right to stay in the United States. You can also get a green card or be eligible for a green card in the future. Everything will depend on the arguments given during the hearing. We have successfully obtained green cards for clients who have been in the process of deportation, and will be happy to discuss your options. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

Your family will not participate in your immigration case unless the immigration service issues them their own Notice of Appearance in Court and combines your cases. U.S. citizens in your family will not participate in your expulsion order. Your children under the age of 18 do not have to suffer in the future to receive immigration benefits because of your actions.

 

The deportation process can be intimidating. It is important that you have the right idea during this process. Please contact us to discuss your case and possible measures. We will be happy to help you and will do our best to give you peace and guidance during this difficult time.