Deportation, also known as “removal,” can occur for a number of reasons, but is most often a result of a violation of immigration law or a criminal offense. You or a loved one may be subject to deportation for reasons including:
- Entry into the US without complying to current immigration laws
- Failure to present documents of falsifying documents upon entry
- Assisting others in entering the US in violation of immigration law
- Violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act
- Termination of a conditional permanent residence
- Marriage fraud
Should the federal government attempt to remove you from your new country, you will need an experienced immigration attorney on your side to help prevent or delay your deportation. The dedicated attorneys at the Cochran Firm are prepared to take your case, fight for your rights, and do everything possible to see you are guaranteed the freedom you deserve.
Cancellation of Removal
There are a number of tactics our attorneys can use to adjust your immigration status from “deportable” to “lawfully admitted for permanent residence.” Each case is unique and requires an investigation into your current employment, housing situation, and circumstances you may face in your native country. We have years of experience adapting our strategies to meet the specific needs of each individual and will offer you personalized and relentless representation as we seek permanent residence status.
Facing deportation can be terrifying. We are here to answer any of your questions, provide you expert legal guidance, and help ensure you are treated fairly and provided a right to seek residence in the US.
If you or a loved one is facing removal in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale,, or other areas in South Florida, please contact the Cochran Firm South Florida to schedule a free consultation with one of our immigration lawyers today.