Removal Defense in Immigration Court
Removal (deportation) cases require urgent, knowledgeable action. Having a skilled immigration attorney experienced in removal defense and knowledgeable of the immigration court system counts. In immigration court, the difference between winning and losing can mean the difference between staying with family in the U.S. or being forced to leave the country and separated from family.
If you or someone you love has been placed into removal (deportation) proceedings, immediately contact our counselors for guidance.
We have the experience needed to litigate all types of immigration court cases, including:
- Cancellation of removal for permanent residents (“green card holders”) and non-permanent residents
- Bond and detention hearings
- Hardship waivers of inadmissibility and removability for grounds including certain crimes and fraud/misrepresentation
- Form I-751 Petitions to remove conditions on permanent resident status (“green card”)
- Adjustment of status to permanent resident (“green card”) based on family and employment
- Asylum, Withholding of Removal, and protection under the UN Convention Against Torture
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
- U visas for victims of certain crimes
- Motions to Reopen, Reconsider, and Remand Immigration Court Cases
EXPERIENCED APPELLATE ATTORNEYS IN IMMIGRATION CASES
Even though you may have been ordered to leave the U.S., you may still have a chance to stay in the country. We can help you maneuver the complex appellate process and fight for your ability to be in the U.S. through various steps, including:
- Appeals and Motions to the Board of Immigration Appeals
- Motions with Immigration Court to Reopen, Reconsider, Remand, and Challenge Orders of Removal (Deportation)
- Federal litigation at the U.S. District Court, U.S. Federal Circuit Court, and the U.S. Supreme Court levels
- Stays of Removal (Deportation)
Time, however, is of the essence in the appellate process. Do not hesitate to call to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.