If a relative, spouse or friend is in deportation proceedings Call us.
The deportation of a relative from this country is something that changes their life. It may be in the wrong place at the wrong time, or by one’s own actions.
A person within the United States has the right to go before a judge before being deported. A person at the border does not have that right and they only have access to a judge if they have a credible fear of returning to their native country. The majority already have their families, their homes, their lives established here and being deported would be a nightmare.
During deportation proceedings, they typically have multiple hearings where the judge, along with the government prosecutor and the immigrant’s attorney, discuss the case and evidence is presented to conclude the case. Immigrants have their rights and there are laws that protect them against deportation, but the process is quite complex and it is not recommended that you attempt it without a lawyer.
The lawyer’s task would be to establish the necessary points to prevent the judge from ordering the deportation and currently approving the submitted application. Having already deported, it is extremely difficult to reopen that case. The representation of an attorney is essential to avoid deportation or to try to reopen the case if it already exists. For people at the border with fear of returning to their country, they should speak with the lawyer to prepare well and know what to focus on so that they find the fear already present. This is a delicate area, because it represents the possibility of the physical removal of the person from the country, do not try it alone.