DEPORTATION REMOVAL

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DEPORTATION REMOVAL

HOW WE CAN DEFEND YOU AGAINST DEPORTATION AND REMOVAL

Knowing that all countries reserve the right to expel foreigners and in the United States without any sanction imposed, deportation is made through a judge who is administered by USCIS and Customs, any one facing deportation and removal requires specialized legal accompaniment in accordance with their individual needs as provided by our Criminal Lawyers, Civil Lawyers, Divorce Lawyers and Immigration Lawyers.

We represent customers who face the harsh process of deportation and removal, issues related to permanent residence, release hearings,various migration issues, asylum, adjustments of status (I-485), renewal ofI-751, removal of conditional residence, Criminal Extensions I (212© .212(h) and 42A), Visa U, TPS, NACARA, Cancellation of Deportation (42B). Voluntary departure and many more

DEPORTATION REMOVAL

With the United States having, one of the highest rates in illegal immigration, it is relevant to analyze the following deportation factors that we should be aware of:

Acquiring income through trade or illicit trafficking, generally demonstrating antisocial behaviour

Criminal offence or conviction such as domestic violence, drug trafficking and other

Breaking international relations

Violation of immigration laws

Committing immigration fraud

Disease contribution

Threat to national security

DEPORTATION REMOVAL

OUR TEAM OF DEPORTATION REMOVAL LAWYERS

In our team we have the extensive experience of our director of the immigration division with a specialization in immigration laws,  and we also have the experience  of Fernando Franco who is authorized to practice law by the Florida and New York bar associations, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and the Colombian Superior Judiciary Council with versatile experience in various legal areas including immigration laws, state and federal criminal defense, civil litigation, defamation lawsuits, and the removal of OFAC lists.