Deportation Defense

If you received a document called a Notice to Appear (NTA), it means the government has charged you with being “removable” from the United States and has begun the process of initiating removal proceedings in Immigration Court. The NTA lists reasons why you may be in violation of one or more immigration laws. After the NTA is filed with the Immigration Court, removal proceedings have begun and you may be subject to removal from the United States, unless you present a defense or application for relief from removal with the Court.

Our firm has years of experience in Immigration Court representing clients facing deportation as a result of being placed in removal proceedings (commonly referred to as “deportation proceedings”). We can assist you with determining which defenses to deportation you may qualify for and filing all applications and supporting documents with the Court, including asylum, withholding of removal, cancellation of removal for both lawful permanent residents and non-permanent residents, waivers, adjustment of status, prosecutorial discretion and more.