Being deported can make it next to impossible to return to the United States. If you are facing deportation you owe it to yourself to consult with an experienced deportation defense attorney today. In a deportation case, time is not on your side.
Deportation and Removal
At the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green in Tucson, Arizona, our immigration lawyers handle all deportation cases. Our ultimate objective is to win your deportation or removal case. There are various grounds for removal which may be applied to your case, including:
- Being charged with or convicted of a criminal offense
- Getting arrested while crossing the border
- Possessing or overstaying an expired visa
- Living in the United States with no visa
Regardless of why you are facing deportation, waiting too long to act can have a negative effect on your case. You could lose your ability to challenge your case or appeal an immigration ruling. Also, you could lose your right to be released on bond or bail.
Abogados de Inmigracion en Phoenix
At the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green, our goal is to get your charges dismissed or find another way to keep you in the United States through:
- Grounds of Removal
- Cancellation of Removal
- Adjustment of Status
- Asylum-Based Relief
- Voluntary Departure
- Criminal and Other Waivers
- U-Visas and Related Waivers for Crime Victims
- Prosecutorial Discretion and Deferred Action
- BIA and 9th Circuit Appeals
- Bonds and Release From Detention
- Helping Your Detained Loved One
- Immigration Courts
Protections for Victims of Violent Crime
If you are the victim of violent crimes, including domestic violence, you may be eligible for a U-visa. These visas are available for individuals who have been the victim of violent crimes. Many of our clients have been women who are Mexican citizens married to a United States citizen and are the victim of domestic violence. The end of your relationship does not have to represent the end of your legal stay in the United States.
Immigrants who are the victims of smuggling organizations, or the guides that bring them into the country, may also be eligible for this kind of relief. This is especially true for immigrants who become material witnesses for the prosecution, and assist the government in prosecuting the smugglers. In these kinds of cases, it is important to act fast because the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure typically require the case to be completed within 20 to 30 days.
The circumstances of every case are different and have unique factors to consider as we determine the best way to represent you in removal proceedings. Some clients may be able to avoid deportation due to having children and other family members who are citizens or permanent residents. We will work hard to explore and identify every possible way to successfully resolve your deportation case.
We are fluent in Spanish and look forward to hearing about your case. Call Us Today at 520-777-1239 or Contact Us to Schedule Your Initial Consultation.
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