Deportation

Deportation, otherwise known as removal, is the legal process through which the United States government removes a non-citizen from the U.S. usually because the individual has violated U.S. immigration law. An individual can enter removal proceedings for reasons relating to any one of six major categories, including (1) inadmissibility at time of entry or adjustment of status or violations of status, (2) criminal charges, (3) failure to register or providing falsified legal documents, (4) terrorism or security threats, (5) becoming a public charge/burden or dependent on the government, and (5) unlawfully voting.

Removal proceedings begin with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and can be put in motion against any non-citizen, even nonimmigrant visa holders and legal residents with green cards. A deportation case will be held in an immigration court supervised by the Department of Justice (DOJ), and depending on the individual’s unique circumstances, the defense plan, and other factors, the judge will dismiss the case or proceed with deportation, in which case Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will be responsible for making sure the individual is removed from the country.

Whatever the specific case may be, if you find yourself or a loved one at risk of deportation you will need a legal representative with extensive experience in immigration law, USCIS procedures, and the immigration court system. Having an adept attorney is critical when you present yourself before an immigration judge. It must be kept in mind that the government’s main responsibility in such an event is to establish that you are removable from the United States by incontrovertible evidence. With the best representation you will have the appropriate guidance and best chance at preventing immediate deportation.

718 La Migra is expertly capable of obtaining temporary protection status, cancellation and withholding of removal, waiver of inadmissibility and removability, asylum, appeals proceedings, and other forms of relief to keep you in the United States. With 718 La Migra you will feel comfortable, protected, and well-represented. 718 La Migra can help you stay in the United States and direct you down the path to legal residency in the United States.

 

Estudios Referentes a la Cancelacion de Deportacion (En Ingles)

  Notas De Discrecion De Los Fiscales ICE/INS (En Ingles)

 

Casos de Suspension Equitativa (las siguientes paginas pueden ser traducidas a espanol)