Our experienced immigration attorneys work hard to obtain the best outcome for our clients in all immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and all Circuit Courts. Our Managing attorney Mr. Anthony Nze-Nwosu is a renowned immigration trial attorney who has been practicing only immigration law for over 11 years, and has represented countless immigrants before immigration courts all over the United States, in a diverse variety of immigration matters which include cases were people were detained for issues such as shop lifting and robbery , to issues such as when people are facing deportation for committing murder, domestic violence, DUI or kidnapping.
In situations when a person facing serious criminal issues that can lead to deportation contact us, we immediately begin representation by providing the client and his criminal defense attorney the best advice to avoid or reduce the immigration consequences of their criminal activity in immigration Court.
What is Deportation?
Deportation occurs when the federal government formally removes an alien from the United States for violations of a number of immigration or criminal laws. Once deported, an alien may lose the right to ever return to the United States, even as a visitor, unless his rights are protected.
Deportation has many steps, and is very complicated, hence the need to hire an experienced attorney from the initial notification, all the way to the removal order.
If you’re in the removal process now, or might be subject to the process in the future, you should know things such as:
How the Deportation Process Starts
Usually, deportation begins with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issuing you a Notice to Appear (NTA). This document states your name and the country in which you were born, orders you to appear before an Immigration Judge (IJ), and gives you other information, such as:
Why you’re being ordered to appear, How you allegedly broke the law, Your right to have an attorney and the consequences of your failure to appear at the deportation hearing.
If the judge determines that you can be deported, you can apply for relief from deportation. Some of the most common are: Cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status and Asylum.
Contact an experienced deportation attorney.
If you need the help of an experienced and knowledgeable immigration attorney today, call our toll-free line at (888)880-1022 or contact the Firm online to schedule your free initial consultation.
We provide representation to clients at all hearings before the Immigration Court, including Bond, Master and Individual Merit’s Hearings throughout the United States. Individuals who are placed in Removal Proceedings or their family members can also contact us at (510) 788-4558 Monday through Friday from 9:00A.M. to 6:00P.M. or at any time by email to info@USimmigrationAttorney.com.