Removal, Deportation, and Exclusion
Cleveland Immigration Attorney
Deportation and removal can be a frightening thing to anyone. No one wants to be forcefully removed from this country, barred from returning to the U.S., and sent back to their country of origin. If you are facing deportation, removal, or exclusion from the United States, then it is important that you work with an lawyer from Brown Immigration Law to protect yourself and work toward updating or changing your visa status in order to remain in the country. If you have received any of the following documents, been affected by complications related to the following actions, or are interested in more information pertaining to your situation, then do not hesitate to contact our firm.
You may be detained by a governmental agency if you are found to be unlawfully residing within the United States or if you are have tried to enter into the U.S. illegally. If you have been detained, then it is important that you work with an attorney to protect yourself from serious punishments.
Have you received a notice to appear? These notices are the initial step in the process to begin removing you from the country. The Department of Homeland Security will serve you with a notice that will advise you of the deportation steps and the date of your hearing.
If you were arrested or for any reason and detained but not deported, then you may be required to obey an order of supervision. These orders will require you to periodically check in with an immigration officer and prove that you are still residing legally within in the United States.
There are ways that you can avoid being deported, including applying for a relief from removal. You may be able to avoid removal if you are granted refugee status or are seeking asylum from persecution in your home country.
You can stop deportation! With a stay of removal, you will be able to completely stop the deportation process. A stay can be provided by the Department of Homeland Security or other governmental agency.
Specific waivers may be provided to you in the event that you are being deported. Juvenile offense, petty offense, and other criminal grounds waivers may help prevent you from removal from the country.
Protection Against Deportation
If you fear that you will be deported or if deportation and removal proceedings have already begun against you, your family, or a loved one, then it is important that you do not hesitate to contact us. With the experience and guidance of our dedicated Ohio immigration lawyers you will be able to fight your deportation and become a legal resident within the United States.
Don't wait; call Brown Immigration Law today to retain strong legal counsel.
Our Legal Team