I am being deported. What should I do? Can I avoid removal?
Lawyer Advice: You or your loved one just got picked up and ended up in the immigration jail. Can you get out? Or, you get a letter from Immigration Court telling you to come in for Removal Proceedings – that means the government is trying to deport you. Should you even go to the hearing? Is there anything you can do to avoid deportation?
Call Spektor Law Group right now! Our lawyers will be able to get your loved ones out of jail and – if there is any way to avoid deportation, they will know. There are lots of factors to consider – how many years have your lived in America? Do you have family here? Have you ever been arrested for anything? Have you ever applied for any immigration benefit before? Yakov Spektor saved hundreds of people from being deported. There is a good chance that he will be able to help you and even get you a green card in the process.
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In this interview, Yakov Spektor shares how offenses, violations, crimes, or misdemeanors can affect both documented and undocumented immigrants with regard to deportation or removal.
In this interview with Michael Levites of JurisQ.com, Yakov Spektor discusses the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and receiving your green card. https://youtu.be/eswQA-wyp-w Michael Levitis 00:00 Hey