Deportation is the worst fear of anyone in the country without legal status, as it means having to leave the United States and it also means that you could be prevented from returning for a long time after being deported. Deportation can occur as a result of a violation of immigration law, but deportation can also occur when you are convicted of certain other crimes even if you are legally in the United States.
However, the most important thing to remember is that Deportation is not an event, it is a process. Monty & Ramirez can help you through this process.
Before you are deported from the country, a removal proceeding is scheduled to determine if you will actually be forced to leave or not. Monty & Ramirez can represent you at your removal hearing and will help you to identify any options you may have to avoid deportation. Our attorneys have years of experience representing clients who are in removal proceedings or who are facing deportation in Greater Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. Let us help you to explore your options and hopefully find ways to remain in the United States.
How We Can Help In Greater Houston Deportation and Removal Cases
Monty & Ramirez can provide you with the legal knowledge you need to get the best outcome possible if you or a loved one is facing removal or deportation. Our attorneys can assist with:
- Bond motions: If your removal case is pending, you may be able to get out on bond and continue to live with your family in the U.S. until your removal hearing.
- Removal hearings: You’ll receive a Notice to Appear at your hearing and must come before an immigration judge who will hear your arguments as well as arguments from the government agency seeking deportation.
- Asylum cases: If you are eligible for asylum, you may be able to avoid deportation.
- Adjustment of status cases: Explaining to the court why you should be able to submit your application for adjustment of status before the court.
- Cancellation of Removal: You can argue before the immigration court for Cancellation of Removal for either permanent or non-permanent residents and you can try to argue for your immigration status to be changed based on the number of years you have been present in the U.S, family ties in the U.S. and the hardship which would be caused either to you or your USC or LPR family members if you were to be deported.
- Board of immigration appeals: If you don’t believe the outcome of your case was fair or that the law was followed, we’ll help you appeal the decision that was made.
These are just some of the different ways that we can help you or a family member if you are facing deportation or have a pending removal case. Immigration laws can be complex and the stakes are really high when you are at risk of being deported, so you need an attorney with advanced knowledge of immigration laws.
Getting Legal Help
At Monty & Ramirez, our attorneys care about our clients and we understand how stressful it can be when you are facing deportation. We keep you updated on how your case is progressing by providing detailed status reports online, and by communicating with you regularly. We are here to help and we want to put our legal knowledge to work to assist you in staying in the country or at least avoiding deportation and the consequences that go along with it.
Call or contact us online today to learn more about how we can help with your Greater Houston deportation and removal cases. At Monty and Ramirez, we know what works.