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For any immigrant, the fear of deportation can be unbelievably stressful. After moving to the U.S., whether to be with family or to work, deportation can dramatically alter your life. The team of experienced deportation lawyers at Consumer Law Group can help you curate a strong defense strategy based on current laws, immigration statutes, and public policies. With our deportation defense attorneys by your side, you can benefit from:
- Bilingual representation: We have a knowledgeable team of bilingual deportation attorneys fluent in both English and Spanish, so you can communicate in a language that’s most comfortable for you.
- Knowledgeable team: Our group of deportation lawyers have years of immigration law experience and can help you devise a strategy for the best possible outcome.
- Dedicated attorneys: Our removal defense team’s main priority is to help you get the outcome you deserve. They will work with your best interests in mind in order for your needs to be met
- Nationwide service: Our immigration law firm represents clients across the nation.
Immigration law can be hard to understand and complicated. With a Consumer Law Group deportation attorney working by your side, they can help you fight your deportation by providing you with the information and resources you need to win your case.
Deportation law can be confusing, especially since it’s always changing. A deportation attorney can help determine whether the charges against you, set by the Department of Homeland Security, are accurate and warrant your deportation. At Consumer Law Group, our deportation lawyers have extensive knowledge of removal laws. We understand that immigrants facing deportation might feel as if no one’s by their side. Our team will be with you every step of the way and offer premier legal counseling to ensure you achieve the best possible outcome at your deportation hearing.
Deportation in the United States is the process of removing a foreign national from U.S. soil after they were found violating immigration law. Foreign nationals can be deported on the following grounds:
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- They were found participating in criminal acts.
- They violated their visa.
- They are a threat to public safety.
- They came to the U.S. without travel documents or forged travel documents.
There is no difference between deportation and removal. Immigration laws are constantly changing. In 1993, removal proceedings were referred to as deportation and exclusions. However, in 1997, the new deportation law renamed deportation to removal.
You’re not required by law to have a deportation attorney by your side during your deportation hearing. However, having one can only help your case. Immigration law can be extremely complex, especially when laws are constantly changing. At Consumer Law Group, our deportation lawyers are well versed in immigration law and can help you navigate this scary and overwhelming situation.
One instance where you might benefit from a deportation attorney is if you were convicted of a crime. This is one of the grounds for deportation, and if you receive a notice to appear in immigration court with a troubled criminal history, fighting removal proceedings alone can be a challenge. Let one of our skilled deportation attorneys represent you to help you, so you have the best chance at a favorable outcome.
There are a few reasons for deportation. However, one of the most prominent reasons is criminal activity. If you’re a foreign national convicted of a crime, such as drugs, firearm offenses, smuggling of illegal aliens, violence, or human trafficking, chances of being deported can be pretty high.
In addition to committing crimes, other reasons for deportation include:
- Failing to abide by the terms of your visa
- Failing to submit immediate changes to your address
- Receiving public assistance
- Violating immigration law
The cost of a deportation attorney varies on a case-by-case basis. This is because there are several factors that affect the price of hiring a deportation lawyer. Some factors include:
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- Experience: Generally, the more experienced the lawyer, the higher the cost. However, this comes with peace of mind that they’ll have the best resources to help defend your case.
- Hours: Most deportation attorneys charge by the hour, and depending on the complexity of your case, it may take longer to reach a solution.
- Location: The area in which you live also influences the price of a deportation attorney. Typically speaking, lawyers in major cities with high operational costs might charge more in order to cover their expenses.
At Consumer Law Group, our main objective is to provide you with the experience and legal prowess you need to win your case at an affordable cost. Contact us today to learn more about our pricing and how we can assist you in your deportation case.
Not every deportation defense lawyer is one and the same. To find a good deportation defense lawyer, it’s always best to start by doing your research. Before you commit to a deportation lawyer, take time to learn about their history, cases they’ve represented, years of experience, and online testimonials and reviews.
Our lawyers are experienced in all areas of immigration law. They can not only help with deportation cases but other immigration-related cases as well, such as applying for naturalization or renewing a visa. At Consumer Law Group, we believe in transparency. All you have to do is check out our testimonials to see how we’ve helped our clients over the past decade.
Deportation can have devastating effects on the life you built in the U.S. The moment you learn about the possibility of deportation, it’s best to reach out to a deportation attorney. The earlier you act, the better the chance you can have to remediate the situation and prevent being deported. A skilled attorney from Consumer Law Group has the experience and knowledge to provide aggressive representation. Other instances where you might need to hire a deportation attorney include:
- You committed a crime and are being held in an ICE detention center
- You overstayed the permitted time on your visa
- You became employed while on a tourist visa
- You committed marriage fraud to gain residency
- Your child passes away before the age of 18
No matter the situation you’re in, Consumer Law Group’s deportation lawyers will work on your behalf to build a strong defense to help win your case.
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- The custodial parent waives the right to child support
- You lose parental rights to your child
- Your child is awarded emancipation
- You become the custodial parent (in this case, the other parent may need to start making child support payments to you)
- Your child passes away before the age of 18
During a deportation hearing, there will be an immigration judge and a lawyer that represents the Department of Homeland Security. At the beginning of the hearing, the judge will put you under oath, ask for your name and the language you’re most comfortable speaking in, and allow you to have time to find a lawyer if you do not have one representing your case.
The judge will then ask you to enter the pleadings listed on your Notice to Appear, where you will confirm whether the charges and information on the notice are true or false. You will then have to admit or deny that you violated any immigration laws. If you are found by the court to have broken any immigration laws, you will be ordered to be deported (removed) and will have the opportunity to apply for relief from removal.
The deportation process can be long and arduous. Below are the typical steps you’ll follow through the process for deportation:
- You will receive a Notice to Appear that informs you that you have to attend a deportation hearing.
- You might be held in an ICE detention facility to your trial or deportation.
- You will attend your deportation hearing at immigration court, where a judge will hear your case.
- If the judge rules that your deportation will proceed, the receiving country (the country you’re being deported to) must agree to accept you and provide you with travel documents before ICE carries out your removal order.
- The U.S. government will remove you through air, or a combination of air and ground travel, at their expense.
If you are facing deportation, you have the option to leave the U.S. on your own terms, which is known as a voluntary departure. You also have the opportunity to appeal deportation rulings, which is where an experienced deportation lawyer can help.
Gaining re-entry to the United States after being deported varies depending on the circumstances of your case. However, you can expect to wait anywhere between 5, 10, and 20 years before you’re allowed to return to the U.S. In extreme cases, you may be banned permanently. In other cases, you might be granted a waiver of inadmissibility or permission to reapply to live in the U.S.
Yes, you can be deported if you are married to a U.S. citizen. In most cases, if you committed marriage fraud where you married a U.S. citizen just to gain residency, you can be deported. However, if you’re in a committed marriage, you can delay and even stop your deportation by obtaining a green card based on marriage. If you entered the U.S. illegally, though, you might still be deported, where you will have to leave the country and obtain an immigrant visa to return.
Unfortunately, yes, you can be deported if you have a child born in the U.S. This is because children born in the U.S. are automatically granted U.S. citizenship, but immigrant parents' citizenship status is different. If you’re a parent who overstayed a visa, entered illegally, committed a crime, or broke immigration law, you can still be deported, even if you have a child born in the U.S.
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