When foreign nationals do not follow proper protocol in the United States, such as obtaining a green card or visa, they are at risk of being deported. Removal proceedings are stressful and while they are sometimes lengthy, there are instances in which a person could be deported very quickly. Being placed in removal proceedings may seem like a hopeless situation, but that is not the case.
Before the government can deport you, they must provide strong evidence against you. The government is not always successful in deportation cases, and even when they are, you can still appeal their decision. A deportation attorney in Arlington Heights can give you the best chance of a favorable outcome.
If you are placed into removal proceedings, you will receive a notice to appear from the federal government. This notice will inform you of the reason you are being considered for removal, and it will tell you in which court you must appear before a judge. You should take this notice to a deportation attorney who can determine if you can file a motion to dismiss the case. You can remain in the country without creating a deportation defense if this motion is granted.
There are many different types of removal relief you may qualify for, and a judge should inform you of these during removal proceedings. The types of relief you may be eligible for are as follows:
Removal proceedings are often successful but even if yours is not, it is important to remember you still have options. You can file an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals and if you are still denied, you can file an appeal with the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals.
Removal proceedings are stressful, but they do not necessarily mean that you will be deported. There are many common defenses a deportation attorney in Arlington Heights will use to give you the best chance of staying in the country. If your spouse or child is a United States citizen, you can apply for a family-based visa. Once you have a visa, you can then apply for a green card to become a lawful permanent resident. If you fear persecution in your home country upon your return, you can also apply for asylum status.
Deportation is a very real fear for foreigners in the United States, but just because you have been placed into removal proceedings does not mean you will have to leave the country. At Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC our deportation attorneys in Arlington Heights can craft a solid defense for your case and refute any argument the government raises. If you are in fear of being deported, or have already been placed into removal proceedings, do not hesitate to call us or contact us online to schedule a meeting with one of our skilled attorneys.
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