Deportation from the U.S. is not a threat to be taken lightly or without assistance from an experienced immigration deportation attorney. American Immigration Law Group stands up for individuals targeted for removal using various forms of defenses and relief.314-416-8000
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There are many ways to fight deportation, now called removal. A deportation defense attorney can seek special waivers or adjust your status.
With over ten years of experience, our immigration attorneys have successfully protected and defended clients from many types of deportation challenges.
Deportation is the forced return of a non-citizen to their home country due to a violation of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act. One of our first actions is to challenge whether you committed any offenses that trigger removal.
We can pursue several options to prevent deportation, even if your case goes to immigration court. One effective action is to request an adjustment of your status using one of the following waivers and visas:
With over a decade of handling all types of immigration actions, we have the experience to find creative solutions to many deportation matters.
Our immigration law firm has successfully represented individual clients in removal proceedings before Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and federal courts.
If ICE detains an individual, our first step is to determine whether they are eligible for an immigration bond. Our deportation lawyers represent clients through the entire legal process of deportation or removal proceedings.
A conviction for a “crime of moral turpitude” can trigger removal proceedings. A deportation attorney can seek relief from removal with a well-crafted challenge to the often subjective nature of these alleged crimes.
Our deportation lawyers help you explore legal options even if the immigration court denied your initial relief of removal. We can file an I-290B notice of appeal or motion to challenge the denial by an immigration judge or the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Refugees from civil wars and other dangers are no longer indefinitely detained, particularly individuals seeking asylum through the U.S./Mexico border. Immigrants cannot be denied permanent residency for using certain types of public assistance, such as SNAP or Medicaid.
Deportation or adjustment of status defenses that were previously unavailable could now apply to your immigration case. Our immigration deportation lawyers stay on top of changing laws to help you.
If we cannot deter the government’s removal proceedings against you, we might advise you to leave the U.S voluntarily so that you may obtain an entry visa at a later date.
At American Immigration Law Group, our priority is protecting individuals and families from unjust deportation. Many of our attorneys are immigrants who encountered some of the challenges you face. Let an experienced and compassionate deportation defense attorney defend your rights.