If you or a loved one has been placed in the deportation/removal process, we understand your pain and what emotions you are going through. The United States of America is the best place to be. Everyone wants to come to this great country that many have died to protect. However, sometimes the government does not want certain people here and will seek to have them removed or deported to their country of origin. Typically, this occurs when someone who is no a natural-born U.S. Citizen has been convicted of a crime.
Fortunately, the Immigration and Nationality Act allows these proceedings to be terminated or cancelled. If you or your loved one meets certain requirements, it is possible to stay in this country, but it is not easy. It takes a dedicated and passionate lawyer to carefully analyze the facts of your case, and if eligible, argue to the Immigration Judge why you should be allowed to stay here. We are able to practice in every Immigration court throughout this country.
If you or a loved one is facing deportation or removal, you need to act fast before it is too late. Contact me today.