Facing deportation is an extremely confusing and frightening experience for anyone living in the United States. The threat of being forced to leave your family, friends, work and community behind and move to a country you no longer or never had a connection to, can be extremely stressful. The reasons behind deportation in Immigration Court are due, at times, to one’s unlawful presence in the United States, criminal convictions, prohibited employment in the United States and or entering/remaining present in the United States without permission.
There are several ways for clients to fight their deportation case and remain in the United States with legal permanent residency. Some of the ways to fight your case include:
- Adjustment of Status
- Asylum/Withholding of Removal/Convention Against Torture Act
- Cancellation of Removal
- Suspension of Deportation
- Violence Against Women Act
- Voluntary Departure
- U Visa (Victims of Crimes)
- Waiver of Inadmissibility
Our office can assist you to diligently research the facts of your case to determine whether you may be able to fight your deportation case and remain lawfully in the United States.