Ohio Deportation Defense Lawyer
Stopping the Deportation Process
Did you know that after a detention for illegal residency or trying to enter the U.S. illegally, you may be able to stop the deportation process? If you are seeking relief from removal, there are certain things that you can do to prevent being forcefully returned to your home country. With the assistance of an experienced attorney at Brown Immigration Law, you may be able to remain within the United States as a legal or permanent resident. Our dedicated Ohio immigration attorneys can help you with filing motions for any of the following:
If you have been residing unlawfully within the United States, then you may be able to adjust the status of your immigration visa so that you can remain within the U.S. lawfully.
If you are seeking refuge from an oppressive government or seeking asylum because of fear of persecution, then you may be able to remain lawfully within the United States.
Suspending your deportation may be accomplished by obtaining a cancellation. Cancellations halt the removal process and allow you to remain in the United States as a permanent or lawful resident. Cancellation will be different for the following types of immigrants:
- Permanent residents must show proof that they have resided in the U.S. for at least seven years.
- Non-permanent residents must show proof that they resided in the U.S. for at least ten years and are people of good moral character.
- Convention Against Torture
As an international human right safeguarded by NATO, protection from cruel or unusual torture or inhumane acts by corrupt governments is assured once the threat is proven.
Specific waivers are granted to people who have been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. These waivers are generally granted by an immigration judge.
Withholding is usually filed jointly with asylum. In order to secure a withholding from removal, a judge must directly grant the request.
Protecting You and Your Family
After being detained or threatened with deportation and removal, it is important that you work hard to protect yourself and your family. If staying in the United States is important to you, then you need to contact an experienced lawyer from Brown Immigration Law today. Our dedicated immigration team can assist you in your deportation process and protect you against removal.
Contact our firm as soon as possible!