Immigration Court Attorney| Removal | Deportation

If you have received a denial of your application or petition, then you may receive next a Notice to Appear (NTA) to Immigration Court. It is important that you seek legal representation as soon as possible, because the government will be represented by the U.S. Chief Counsel’s office and it’s office sole purpose is to present evidence to the judge that you are in the U.S.A. illegally and need to be removed or deported. Our office has successfully represented many individuals in Immigration Court, and have obtained successful results.

o Immigration Court Hearing Removal Representation/ Deportation Defense
o EOIR 42B Cancellation of Removal
o Immigration Court Hearing Voluntary Departure Representation
o EOIR Appeals
o Federal Court Litigation
o Removal of Conditions on Residency (I-751) of a spouse–joint petition
o Financial Affidavit of Support
o Appeal to the BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals)
o Cancellation of Removal (10-year law)
o 212(c) Relief
o Removal Proceeding or Deportation Representation
o Adjustment of Status in Removal Proceedings
o Motion to Reopen– immigration cases
o Waiver of Inadmissibility (I-601)
o Waiver of Inadmissibility (I-601 A) in conjunction with a Family Residency Petition (I-130)

If you have any questions or would like to meet with an attorney, please contact us by clicking the link above or by phone or email.

TIPS

  1. If you’re not a U.S. citizen or Permanent resident, you have to carry a passport.
  2. If you grossly overstay your B-2 Visa, you are out of status. Pay attention to Expiration Date on your I-94.
  3. If considering adoption, please adopt the child before 16 years of age.
  4. Any criminal penalty punishable by a year or more may subject you to removal hearing (including Deferred Adjudication).

Immigration Court | Removal | Deportation