Deportation Lawyer in California
The threat of deportation can weigh heavily on immigrant families in the United States. Deportation proceedings can be initiated at any time for undocumented immigrants, tourists or workers with expired visas, or permanent residents accused of a crime. Immigrants facing deportation have the option to fight against removal orders. Our deportation defense lawyers will fight to help you stay out of detention and in the country.
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The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth offers robust legal representation with a focus on keeping our clients in the country. Our deportation attorneys understand the intricacies of immigration law. If you or a loved one has received orders to leave the United States, we can help you look at all available options to stay out of immigration detention, avoid removal and determine if you have a path to receiving a green card. From the moment you call us to the conclusion of your case,
Possible Legal Defenses Against Deportation
There are several possible options to legal defense teams opposing deportation.
Prove you are a United States citizen
If you believe your are a United States citizen, securing proof of citizenship can put a stop to deportation orders. You could even be a citizen and not even know it. If your parents or grandparents are or were United States citizens, you could be too. Proving that you are a U.S. citizen could put a halt to deportation proceedings.
Cancellation of Removal
There are several qualifications that must be met to request a cancellation of removal. The requirements may vary based on whether or not you have a green card, previous criminal activity, how long you’ve lived in the United States, and even the effect your deportation could have on your family.
Adjustment of Status
Securing a green card may change the status of deportation orders. While it is easier to apply for lawful permanent residence and avoid deportation if you entered the United States legally, there may be exceptions that can allow for an adjustment of status for undocumented immigrants.
People facing deportation who believe the returning to their homeland will result in persecution may be able to request asylum in the United States.
Rather than face deportation, you can choose to leave the United States voluntarily. Choosing to leave can prevent a deportation from appearing on your record which will make it easier to return legally to the United States.
Speak with a Deportation Expert!
For more than 30 years, the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth has helped immigrants to the United States facing deportation stay in the country and seek a path to legal permanent residence. Our deportation attorneys look at the details of every case to provide customized and caring legal help. If you or a loved one is facing removal hearings, our law firm can help you with your case.