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Holland Deportation Defense Lawyer

Holland Deportation Defense Lawyer

Holland Deportation Defense Lawyer

Policies enacted under Barack Obama and carried on through Donald Trump have made it much easier for U.S. officials to deport legal immigrants. In addition, with renewed concern over illegal immigration, lawful immigrants often find themselves the targets of invasive investigations and the threat of deportation.

Even if you are not a full citizen of the United States, you still have rights under U.S. law. You are entitled to fight a deportation order and can take measures to prevent deportation if you believe your residency is threatened.

The attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC help immigrants fight deportation orders. Give us a call or talk to us online to set up an appointment as soon as possible. We can help.

Defending Against Deportation

Today, immigrants charged with petty crimes such as drug possession may see their U.S. residency threatened under the law. In addition, the U.S. government has become much stricter when it comes to following the proper procedures for legal residency. Our attorneys help immigrants in all phases of residency apply for green cards and achieve status as a naturalized citizen of the United States. Once an immigrant is naturalized (has become a U.S. citizen), it becomes much more difficult to lawfully deport that person.

If you or someone you loved has been charged with a crime in the State of Michigan, there is a decent chance that the threat of deportation will become a concern. The attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC can help you fight deportation. It is best to involve us early in the process so that we can protect your interests throughout the criminal proceedings.

Reasons for Deportation

The two most common reasons that lawful residents are deported are violation of the law or failing to appear for a required hearing concerning their residency. In addition, unlawful employment and status violations are also grounds for deportation. For those in the U.S. illegally, their mere presence is grounds for deportation.

The attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC will fight tirelessly to advocate on your behalf. While we can not guarantee a positive outcome, we can guarantee that we will leave no stone unturned while acting as your advocate in deportation proceedings.

If you are facing deportation, you can give us a call at (312) 332-2550 or email us online to set up an appointment.

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