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For years we have helped clients fight for their right to remain in the United States. If you are facing potential deportation, we understand the stressful and frightening position you are in.
There is good news. Our attorneys are capable of finding the effective paths to relieve you of the charges you face. While it is often a difficult process, there are many ways we can help you fight for your right to remain here in the United States.
Timing is incredibly important. The first thing you need to do is call us so we can begin to formulate a plan for defending your rights. Our phone number is (210) 704-1240.
Deportation is an extremely serious matter. If the court decides you are deportable, you will no longer be able to continue living and working in the United States.
Furthermore, you may lose the privilege of visiting United States ever again in the future. To increase the chances you have for avoiding removal from the country, we recommend contacting us immediately.
Establishing an appropriate and viable defense requires the expertise of attorneys like those at our firm. Once you call us, we can begin forming a plan to help you avoid deportation.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement is the area of the U.S. government that administers deportation and removal. If this department has initiated a removal proceeding on your behalf, it is important that you understand why this has occurred. Some common reasons for deportation include overstaying a visa, criminal convictions, illegal immigration, or falsifying documents.
If you are confused about why you are being threatened with deportation, contact our lawyers today. Our goal is to help you understand what is happening, and to guide you to a successful resolution. Simply call us at (210) 704-1240 and we can begin to help you fight for your right to stay in the United States.
Sometimes removal proceedings begin as a result of criminal charges. Perhaps you have been accused of a felony or misdemeanor, or are being charged with violating the parameters of your immigration documents.
Our attorneys have a great deal of criminal defense experience. We are able to combine criminal defense strategy with a deep understanding of immigration law here in the United States to make sure that you get the absolute most effective defense strategy from our immigration attorneys.
It is difficult to defend against these charges. But you have rights. Our immigration attorneys can make sure those rights are not violated.
Keeping you in the United States begins with a phone call from you. Call us today. We can get started right away.