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Nobody but a United States citizen is totally free from the possibility of deportation. Though many immigrants have built lives, started families, and/or established careers in the United States before attaining citizenship. Having certain criminal convictions can threaten all of that and force the convicted to return to his or her country of birth.
Every person who is faced with the prospect of removal and Deportation will have to appear before the United States Immigration Court. The proceedings are led by The Department of Homeland Security, who will always have the assistance of a skilled Immigration Lawyer on their side. For these reasons, it's absolutely vital that you also retain an expert Deportation Defense Lawyer if you are faced with the prospect of Deportation.
There are several possible reasons why a person may be targeted for Deportation. These include unlawful entry or re-entry into the United States, overstaying or otherwise failing to comply with the terms of the person's visa, fraud or willful misrepresentation on official immigration documents, or any criminal convictions (such as drug crimes, theft, assault firearm offenses, or DUI).
Even relatively minor offenses can leave a person vulnerable to the possibility of deportation. However, a criminal conviction does not necessarily result in automatic deportation. It's important to remember that all people in the United States, regardless of their status, have certain rights. The Deportation Defense Lawyers at Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC, will vigorously defend those rights and, in the process, fight to get you the best possible result.
Immigration law in the United States has not technically changed since the 1990s. At the same time, the political climate regarding immigration has shifted. In many cases, laws that were left previously unenforced or handled in a more lenient manner are being more rigidly executed, in part due to the mistrust of some in the United States towards immigrants. Understandably, both documented and undocumented immigrants often feel a rising sense of tension in response to this shift.
While it is true, immigration law is often a complex matter with high stakes entailed; there are avenues for many who are faced with the prospect of deportation to achieve a better outcome. These may include cancellation of removal, Political Asylum, Adjustment of Status, withholding of removal, appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, and voluntary departure, depending on your case's specific circumstances.
At Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC, our Deportation Defense lawyers will explore every feasible avenue of relief by which you might be able to stay in this country legally.
Immigration Lawyer For Deportation Defense
Suppose you are faced with Deportation and removal proceedings. In that case, it's critical that you seek legal counsel from our immigration law firm as soon as possible, as the proceedings can move fast, and many avenues of relief are time-sensitive.
Our Deportation Defense Immigration Lawyers have years of experience in immigration cases like yours and have the knowledge and dedication to achieve the best possible outcome. Furthermore, we offer free consultations to all prospective clients. So don't panic, but don't hesitate; instead, call an immigration attorney from Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC at (215) 969-3004 today to set up your consultation.
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