Though there are many different issues that can result in deportation, such proceedings are typically associated with some form of criminal or unlawful activity. At Nepa & McGraw, we represent and defend clients who have been convicted of or charged with deportable criminal offenses including:
Non-citizens have discovered that even unintentional immigration violations and minor crimes can bring about extreme consequences, among which is deportation. In most instances, aliens deported by the United States are unable to return to the country for up to five years. In some cases, deported aliens are not allowed to return to the United States at all.
When it comes to removal proceedings, common forms of relief to prevent deportation include waivers of inadmissibility, cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, asylum, and U Visas for crime victims. In some instances, it may also be possible for prior removal orders, deportation orders, or voluntary departure orders to be reopened or reconsidered.
It is only natural to feel frightened and overwhelmed when a government agency threatens deportation. After all, being deported can have a negative and lasting effect on your life, as well as the lives of your loved ones. No matter what stage of the removal process you are currently at, you can count on Nepa & McGraw to assertively and tirelessly represent you and fight for your right to stay in this country.
At Nepa & McGraw, our legal team understands the emotional and mental challenges you are undergoing through this difficult process—and we want to help. We know that there may be several possible defenses available in any removal case. We will thoroughly examine your immigration case, explore all options available to you, and draw from our years of experience and deep knowledge of the law to determine the best course of action to take that will maximize your chances of remaining in the United States.
Your future is important to us. If you or a loved one face deportation from the United States, it would be in your best interests to act quickly and speak with an experienced and knowledgeable deportation defense lawyer as soon as possible. Call Nepa & McGraw, P.C. today at (570) 282-7050 for a free and confidential consultation without obligation.