Removal & Deportation Defense Facts

  • An immigrant living in the U.S. may receive a Notice to Appear in immigration court if it is alleged that they broke an immigration law, committed a crime, or do not have legal status to remain in the U.S.
  • Upon receiving a Notice to Appear, an immigrant has the right to have their case heard in immigration court.
  • You should not wait until your first hearing in immigration court to hire an immigration lawyer for your case. It is important to develop your case strategy and collect evidence as soon as possible. And some applications may have a deadline that falls before your first hearing.

Frequently Asked Questions on Removal & Deportation Defense.

There are a number of applications you can file in immigration court. In fact, an immigrant has potentially more options to file applications for immigration relief within the immigration court than with USCIS. We help clients file for asylum, cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, and other cases in immigration court.

No, you must take steps within the immigration court to address your Notice to Appear or order of deportation. Our attorneys can walk you through the steps in your case, file the appropriate forms and pleadings, and represent you in any hearings before the immigration court.

Even a permanent resident can be subject to a deportation order if they violate certain U.S. laws or if they fail to meet the requirements to maintain their status as a green card holder.

In most cases, it is possible to appeal the immigration judge’s decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

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