Removal and Deporation Defense
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Removal and Deportation Defense
Deportation (or “removal”) proceedings are commenced with the government files a Notice to Appear and sends you a copy. The Notice to Appear will let you know why the government believes you should be deported and will set a time and place for an initial hearing before an immigration judge.
Depending on the grounds for removal alleged and the circumstances of your case, you may have relief available to you. There may even be a way for you to obtain lawful permanent residency through the removal proceedings.
If you receive a Notice to Appear, you should speak with an immigration attorney right away to discuss your options. Contact us to see how we can help you in your case.