Columbus Deportation Defense Lawyer
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Brown Immigration Law provides defense against deportation for immigrants in the United States. If you or your family member currently faces deportation or removal proceedings, you must seek the representation of an experienced immigration attorney. Deportation, also known as "removal," is the process by which the federal government of the United States orders a non-citizen to physically leave the country.
Removal proceedings before an immigration judge may be initiated for a number of reasons, including:
- Violating the terms of a non-immigrant visa,
- Violating immigration law
- Committing a crime
- Aiding another individual's illegal entry
- Failure to provide valid documentation
- Unlawful presence
- Committing marriage fraud
As deportation can significantly impact your career, family, and relationships, it is essential to seek the representation of an experienced attorney. Our Columbus immigration attorneys have a long history of success in removal and deportation defense. The right immigration lawyer can provide informative guidance and experienced representation before the immigration court. Our experienced attorneys can help you identify and prepare the best defenses against deportation.
In deportation proceedings? We're ready to help. Begin your consultation today.
What can a Columbus immigration lawyer do to intervene?
An experienced immigration attorney is your strongest ally during your deportation and removal case. Whether removal proceedings have already begun - or you feel they soon will - time is of the essence. The more time your attorney has to build a defense, the better your chances of remaining in the United States. At Brown Immigration Law, we have provided exceptional representation of clients facing removal proceedings for decades. Our Columbus deportation & removal defense lawyers understand that the threat of deportation must be taken seriously and are we are experienced in building the strongest case to defend you and your family when faced with impending removal.
Depending on the circumstances, deportation can be avoided by:
- Becoming a legal immigrant
- Applying for relief from removal
- Receiving a stay of removal
- Being granted specific, legal waivers of grounds of inadmissibility or deportability
Because each deportation case is unique, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. That is why our Columbus immigration attorneys are dedicated to giving every client the personal attention they deserve to ensure the best possible outcome for anyone facing deportation and removal. To speak with an experienced immigration attorney who can defend you against deportation, call Brown Immigration Law at (614) 698-1205 to take action today.