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Having a family member, employee or friend facing the prospect of deportation can be a very frightening experience. If you or your loved one have been served with a Notice to Appear before an Immigration Judge that charges you with being removable from the United States, you should contact an aggressive immigration attorney as soon as possible. Studies have proven that people represented by attorneys are much more likely to be successful in immigration court than those who are not.  

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has the authority to detain certain individuals who have been released from criminal custody and hold them without bond throughout the removal process. However, this authority is not absolute and you have a right to a hearing to decide whether you can be released on bond or not.

There are numerous ways a person might prompt a deportation removal case. Because there are so many different offenses, many do not even understand that they have done something that might put their legal residency status in jeopardy. Without aggressive legal representation from an immigration attorney, deportation could be a possibility if an immigrant commits any of the following offenses:

  • Criminal conviction, including felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions

  • Immigration violations, including immigration fraud, smuggling or prior deportations

In certain cases, immigrants are eligible to have their deportation cancelled in a process called “Cancellation of Removal”. This process is often hard to obtain. Cancellation of removal requires the demonstration of continuous presence in the United States, good moral character and more importantly that removal would result in an exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to that person’s resident or citizen parent, minor child or spouse. Our experienced attorneys can advise and guide you through the entire process.

Don't face removal litigation alone; we are here to help. For your convenience, we offer quality representation at reasonable rates. 

Contact us at 305 728 3270 or send us an email at to discuss your options with our experienced lawyers.

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