If you are facing a deportation order, you are probably pretty scared. New policies enacted under the current administration have made it more difficult for immigrants to renew their visas and are revoking visas for petty offenses. If you are facing deportation in Kalamazoo County, you will need a deportation defense attorney who thoroughly understands the situation and can help you defend yourself before the immigration court.
The attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, have decades of experience helping immigrants handle immigration issues. This includes fighting a deportation order. If you are afraid the federal government is going to issue a deportation order or they have issued a deportation order already, you will need to act quickly. You have a short window to appeal the decision and then will need to offer the court a legal reason why the deportation is invalid. Give us a call or talk to us online to set up an appointment. We can help.
The U.S. justice system is complex. Even for natural born citizens and their lawyers, it can be quite difficult to understand the procedures that exist and how they work. The laws themselves are subject to change whenever a new president takes over the White House. Policies will differ from one president to the next.
Today, it is not uncommon for legal residents to face deportation for even minor drug offenses. This is largely unfair because many states are moving to legalize drugs like marijuana. When simple possession of marijuana can have a potentially catastrophic effect on someone’s life, the system is not working the way it should. That being said, the current administration has put forth an anti-immigration policy that has otherwise law-abiding immigrants appearing before immigration judges and facing deportation.
It is important to have a skilled Kalamazoo County deportation defense lawyer manage your case. If you are concerned that you might be deported, give our office a call.
When an immigrant faces a deportation order, the government will offer the court grounds on which the immigrant should be deported. In other words, the government needs a reason to deport an immigrant. These grounds can include:
The Department of Homeland Security will issue a notice to appear. The notice will include the government’s reason for deporting the immigrant. A hearing will be scheduled during which an attorney representing the immigrant and an attorney for the DHS will offer arguments as to why the immigrant should or should not be deported. The judge will then decide whether or not the immigrant should be deported.
If the judgment goes against you, you can still appeal the decision.
The Kalamazoo County deportation attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, have decades of experience offering passionate service to those who are trying to build a life for themselves in America. Give us a call or contact us online to set up an appointment.
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