How to return to the U.S. after deportation
Life is difficult after deportation. It is hard for those who have been deported. And it is heartbreaking for those who are left behind in the United States. Deportation often means that children are separated from one of their parents. Immigrant families can be very close to each other, so the removal of a family member can have a devastating effect on the entire family.
Although many people who are deported from the United States each year have only committed immigration violations, a very large number of deportations are the result of criminal convictions. While most immigration law firms focus on helping immigrants with lawful status, or clean records, the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green takes a different approach. We believe all immigrants deserve a defense. We are not just immigration attorneys. We are also criminal and deportation defense attorneys. Working hard to convince the government to give our clients a second chance is what we do best.
When many law firms receive a call to discuss the case of someone who has already been deported, they are likely to quickly dismiss the possibility that anything can be done. Most law firms will say that returning to the United States is impossible. But the truth is this. Even though returning to the United States after deportation is almost always difficult, it is certainly not impossible.
At Green | Evans-Schroeder, we look forward to hearing from you about your post-deportation matter. During our initial consultation, we will identify any and all possibilities and strategies for bringing you or your loved one back to the United States with the right kind of visa, and the right kind of waiver. We will give you an honest assessment of what can be done, and how likely it is that you will succeed.
Contact us today to discuss the possibility of life in the United States after deportation. You have nothing to lose, and possibly much to gain. We look forward to hearing from you soon.