Deferred Action Lawyer in Immokalee Florida
Individuals who entered the country illegally overstayed their visa, or currently have no legal status in the country might face deportation.
However, people who have legal status, such as a green card, can also be deportable if:
-Individuals violate the terms of any kind of legal status.
-Individuals have the marriage annulled in the early stages of the marriage or committed marriage fraud.
-Individuals are convicted of one or more crimes.
-Individuals have been charged and convicted of domestic violence, stalking, or child abuse.
-Helped smuggle an alien into the U.S.
How can deportation be stopped?
Deportation is the removal of a foreign national who may have violated immigration laws. Deportation is one of the hardest things families can go through. This is why we understand how that situation can take a toll on the deportee and his/her family. At times, families won’t be able to see the deportee ever in the U.S. again. Depending on your case we might have a solution for you and your family. We have dealt with many deportation cases and understand the difficulty of the matter.
There are several options for people who are facing deportation, as long as the deportee meets certain requirements.
Adjustment Of Status
You have Rights
Even though you might be facing deportation, you have to remember you also have rights such as acquiring a lawyer. Our experience and focus allow us to deal with complex cases that deal with deportation.
Not only will we carefully examine your case but we will provide you with information and answers you might need. Contact Abogado Guerrero at our Immokalee office in Florida if you need guidance and advice on deportation (239) 682-8055.