Immigration Deportation Removal Lawyer
Do you or a loved one face deportation or removal proceedings? The Shapiro Lawyers are here to offer the crucial support and guidance you need during this challenging time. As a law firm specializing in immigration deportation and removal cases, we provide comprehensive legal assistance to individuals trying to navigate the complex web of immigration issues.
With The Shapiro Lawyers, you can expect compassionate representation and personalized attention. Our team recognizes the emotional toll that deportation and removal proceedings can take on individuals and their families, and we are here to provide support and guidance throughout the process.
The goal of our firm is to achieve the best possible outcome for you, whether that is the cancellation of your removal, the adjustment of your status, an asylum application, or any other available relief.
An Overview of Immigration Removal Proceedings
An immigration removal proceeding is a legal process initiated by the government for the purpose of determining whether an individual should be deported or removed from the country. You can rely on our skilled attorneys for in-depth knowledge of immigration removal proceedings and for guidance through the process, ensuring that you understand your rights and obligations. The intricacies of these proceedings will be explained to you, including the Notice to Appear (NTA) in immigration court, which is the official document that initiates the removal process.
Administrative Closure in Immigration:
Administrative closure is a valuable tool in immigration cases. Removal proceedings are temporarily closed by the immigration judge or the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). You may contact our team for assistance in understanding administrative closure in immigration and its potential benefits. We will determine whether pursuing a motion to reopen an administratively closed case is appropriate and formulate a strategy accordingly.
Relief from Removal Proceedings:
The need for relief from deportation becomes paramount when facing removal proceedings. Our experienced attorneys will explore all available options on your behalf in order to obtain relief for you. After analyzing your case, we will determine which strategies are most appropriate for you, such as adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, waivers, asylum claims, or other forms of relief.
Understanding USCIS Case Closure:
We will assist you in understanding USCIS case closure and its implications on your deportation proceedings. Our team will evaluate whether USCIS case closure is beneficial to your case, and how best to navigate the process.
Handling Deportation in Absentia after 10 Years:
When an individual fails to appear for a scheduled immigration court hearing, he or she is deported in absentia. If you have been ordered deported in absentia and more than 10 years have passed, you may be able to reopen your case. We can assist you with deportation in absentia cases, ensuring that your rights are protected and advocating for a fair outcome.
Appealing an Immigration Judge's Decision:
If an immigration judge has made an erroneous decision in your deportation case, you may be able to appeal that decision. Our dedicated team will assist you throughout the appeals process, explaining the grounds for appeal and the necessary procedures to be followed. As your attorneys, we will meticulously prepare your appeal, making a compelling case for reconsideration and vigorously advocating on your behalf.
Representing Clients in Immigration Court:
By choosing The Shapiro Lawyers, you gain an ally who will represent your interests in immigration court. With extensive experience in immigration court proceedings, our attorneys are familiar with the complexities of the legal system. We will build a strong defense strategy, gather evidence, examine witnesses, and present persuasive arguments. This will protect your rights and pursue the most favorable outcome.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What are the potential consequences of deportation or removal?
A: Consequences may include being barred from reentering the country, separation from family and loved ones, and difficulty obtaining future immigration benefits.
Q: Can I stop the deportation process?
A: In some cases, it is possible to seek relief from removal proceedings, such as cancellation of removal or adjustment of status. Our attorneys will evaluate your situation and advise on the available options.
Q: How long do I have to file an appeal?
A: Generally, you have a limited window of time to file an appeal after receiving an immigration judge's decision. It is crucial to act promptly, and our team can assist you in meeting the deadlines.
Q: Can I reopen a case that has been administratively closed?
A: It may be possible to reopen an administratively closed case, depending on the circumstances. Our attorneys can assess the viability of reopening your case and guide you through the process.
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