Tampa, FL Deportation Defense Lawyer
Whether you refer to the process by the official name, “removal,” or use the traditional term “deportation,” this stressful legal process is one that immigrants face all too often in the U.S. Deportation expels you from the U.S. and returns you to your country of origin in a way that makes it difficult to return.
Fortunately, our experienced deportation defense lawyer at American Dream® Law Office knows how to demonstrate that removal is inappropriate or why the government should grant you relief and allow you to remain in the U.S.
If you or a loved one are potentially facing deportation, it is best to consult our deportation defense lawyer as soon as possible. Doing so gives you the most available options to make a strong case before an immigration judge.
Arrange for a virtual consultation with our Tampa deportation defense attorney via our contact form or call us at (813) 499-1250.
Reasons for Deportation
Although many people believe that only undocumented immigrants face deportation, the U.S. government frequently initiates removal proceedings against immigrants who have lived in the country legally for many years.
The law provides many grounds for deportation, such as:
- Changes in circumstances so that a visa is no longer supported
- Violation of the terms of a visa
- Failing to inform USCIS of a change of address
- Illegal entry into the U.S.
- Participation in illegal activity
- Fraud in immigration, such as a sham marriage
- Receiving public assistance
To fight removal, our attorney may be able to show that the allegations are incorrect. For instance, if you are accused of fraud, it may be possible to demonstrate that you acted in good faith or that the circumstances supporting a visa have not changed meaningfully.
Alternatively, our attorney can also argue that, while immigration authorities may have grounds for removal, deportation in your particular circumstances violates public policy, and relief should be granted. For example, a defense lawyer could show that removal would cause extreme hardship to family members who are citizens or that you qualify for asylum.
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