If you or a loved one is facing deportation, it’s essential to seek the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible. Deportation, or removal, is the legal process of removing an immigrant from the United States. This process can be a traumatic experience with severe consequences for you and your family.

Spektor, Spektor & Berman, P.C. is a leading immigration law firm with a team of experienced attorneys specializing in deportation defense. We understand the complexities of immigration law and the challenges facing those at risk of being deported. With years of experience in deportation defense, we have the knowledge and skills to help you navigate the legal process and achieve the best possible outcome in your case. 

How Can an Immigration Attorney Help with Deportation

A. Deportation Defense

Facing deportation can be overwhelming and frightening, but with the help of an experienced attorney, you can fight for your right to stay in the United States. Our attorneys provide aggressive defense against deportation, including representation in immigration court and appeals. We’ll work tirelessly to build a strong defense strategy tailored to your specific circumstances, examining every aspect of your case, including your legal status, criminal history, family ties, and other factors that may affect your ability to stay in the United States.

B. Bond Hearings

If immigration authorities have detained you or a loved one, we can help you obtain release through a bond hearing. Our attorneys will represent you before an immigration judge and argue for your release on bond while your case is pending.

C. Cancellation of Removal
Cancellation of removal is a legal mechanism that allows some individuals facing deportation to remain in the United States. Our attorneys can help you determine whether you qualify for cancellation of removal and can assist you in preparing and submitting your application.

D. Waivers

If you’re facing deportation due to a criminal conviction or prior immigration violation, you may be eligible for a waiver allowing you to remain in the United States. Our attorneys can assess your eligibility for a waiver and can assist you in preparing and submitting your application.

E. Asylum and Other Forms of Relief

If you fear persecution in your home country, you may be eligible for asylum or other relief from deportation. Our attorneys can help you determine whether you qualify for asylum or other forms of relief and can assist you in preparing and submitting your application.

F. Appeals and Motions

If your deportation case has been denied, we can help you file an appeal or motion to reopen or reconsider. Our attorneys will represent you in federal court appeals if necessary.

G. Immigration Court Practice and Procedure

Navigating the immigration court system can be challenging, but our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to guide you. We can explain the procedures of the immigration court, help you understand your rights, and provide effective representation in your case.

H. Prosecutorial Discretion

Sometimes, the government may exercise prosecutorial discretion and choose not to pursue deportation. Our attorneys can assess whether you may be eligible for prosecutorial discretion and can assist you in requesting it.

I. Adjustment of Status

You could be in removal proceedings and are eligible to apply for an adjustment of status, our attorneys can guide you through the process. We’ll ensure all paperwork is completed correctly and submitted and represent you in any necessary interviews or hearings.

J. Removal Hearings
Our experienced immigration attorneys are well-equipped to represent clients facing removal hearings. Navigating the complexities of removal proceedings can be daunting, but our skilled attorneys can guide you through each stage, ensuring you have a thorough understanding of your options and rights. We will develop a strong defense strategy, gather supporting evidence, and argue persuasively on your behalf in front of an immigration judge.

K. Criminal Immigration Problems
Criminal convictions can often lead to severe immigration consequences, including deportation or inadmissibility. We will analyze your case, determine the potential immigration consequences of your criminal convictions, and devise a tailored strategy to minimize those consequences. With our expertise in criminal immigration matters, we can assist with post-conviction relief efforts, waivers, and other legal options to help safeguard your immigration status and protect your future in the United States.

Contact Us for a Consultation

Facing deportation can be a frightening and overwhelming experience, but you don’t have to go through it alone. At Spektor, Spektor & Berman, P.C., we specialize in deportation defense and are committed to fighting for your right to stay in the United States. With our knowledge, experience, and dedication, we’ll work tirelessly to help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step in fighting for your future.

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