Deportation Lawyer In Phoenix
A non-citizen of the US can be removed, or deported, from the United States for a variety of reasons. Certain acts such as criminal convictions, instances of immigration fraud, letting your immigration status expire, being caught returning to the United States with a criminal record, or attempting to enter the United States with false documentation or without any documentation at all can all result in a non-citizen being served with a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court (“NTA”).
Reasons For Deportation
When a person appears in immigration court before an immigration judge, a record is created that will be used in determining ultimately whether the individual is deportable or allowed to remain in the United States.
It is highly recommended that you appear with an experienced immigration attorney in court, or consult with an immigration lawyer prior to going to court. The consequences of appearing in immigration court alone, unprepared, or even with the wrong lawyer, could be devastating.
Some reasons the United States can deport a non-citizen are:
- Immigration Violation: Many people are deported for violating United States immigration laws in some capacity. Some people enter the country illegally, some falsify their documentation, and others allow their visas to expire.
- Criminal Conviction: If an individual enters the U.S. legally, they may still be deported if they are convicted of a serious crime within five years of admission. If the individual's crime is punishable by more than one year in jail, they will likely be deported.
Ways To Stop The Deportation Process
There are many different strategies an experienced attorney can use to help prevent the deportation or removal of a person. Some of those are:
- Adjustment of Status
- Defensive Asylum
- Cancellation of Removal
- U Visas
- Grounds of Removal
- Prosecutorial Discretion and Deferred Action
Affordable Asylum Attorney In Phoenix
At Rose Law Group, our Immigration team is dedicated to helping and representing you. The first step in this process is for us to understand your particular case. Our goal is to take the time needed to understand your situation inside and out so that we can put you in the best position possible. After your free consultation, you will have a better understanding of what you are facing and what options you have.
We provide a free confidential consultation. It’s important to us that you understand what options you have. Schedule your free consultation today by filling out the form below.