Experienced Immigration Attorneys for Deportation process serving Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Orlando and surrounding areas
Lawyers for Deportation issues
Deportation, which is now referred to as removal, occurs when the U.S. government determines that a foreign-born person need no longer reside in the U.S., and the person is legally removed. If you or a family member is facing removal, you’ll require an attorney to help you fight the case.
The Szabo Law Group has experienced immigration attorneys that know the process very well. Experience tells us that the court does not favor individuals who think they can tell a judge a sympathetic story and be granted the right to remain in the country. We also know that people who think they are a hopeless case and forego any assistance from an attorney are misguided. Immigration attorney Aron Szabo can work with individuals on their case, giving them a chance to stay put, legally, in the U.S.
Removal or Deportation Overview
There are many steps to deportation, and none of them are simple. The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act sets the guidelines for how removal proceedings will go, and it begins with a notice from the Department of Homeland Security ordering the person to appear before an immigration judge. The notification will explain why you’re being ordered to appear, how you allegedly broke the law, that you have a right to an attorney, and list the consequences of failing to appear in court.
You have the right to apply for relief of removal if a judge has determined that you can legally be removed from the country. Relief comes in three main forms – cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, and asylum. If you’re a lawful permanent resident, you are eligible for cancellation of removal if you have lived in the U.S. for seven years, have been a lawful permanent resident for five years, never been convicted of an aggravated felony or terrorism, and never been granted cancellation of removal previously.
If you are not a lawful permanent resident, you won’t be eligible for cancellation of removal unless you have been living in the U.S. for 10 years without committing any crimes. You must also be considered a person of good moral character in those 10 years, and you must show that being removed would result in exceptional hardship on your spouse, parent or child.
There are many aspects of the removal process that an attorney can assist with, which is why it is imperative to locate a reputable and experienced immigration lawyer.
Szabo Law Group is committed to assisting individuals through their immigration issues. Aron Szabo personally meets with every client and spends time listening and understanding your particular circumstance. Szabo Law Group will review your particular situation and provide guidance. To schedule consultation, contact the Szabo Law Group today at (954) 210–6054.