Will I Get Deported?
When the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) finds that an alien is considered removable for violating immigration laws, the person is detained, or picked up, and is subject to deportation.
Deportation is the formal process of removing an undocumented resident in the United States. An undocumented person, who lives or resides in the United States without being a citizen or without having a legal residence and obtaining a green card, is considered removable for violating immigration laws.
While the defense against deportation is complicated, there are several factors under which you can fight against deportation. Seeking the advice of an experienced lawyer is highly recommended.
If you are facing deportation, contact The Law Office of Mark Kinzler, PC to make an appointment at 512-402-7999. We can evaluate your case to see what your options are.
Can You Help Me With A Defense Against Deportation?
Mark Kinzler has assisted people who have fled Central America or Mexico only to find once they arrive in the United States that they are ineligible for any immigration program apart from asylum.
Under the current administration, the Law Office of Mark Kinzler, PC has seen many people in Texas mistakenly detained.
Mr. Kinzler evaluates each case to determine whether any special circumstances may apply in a person’s case. Sometimes natural disasters, such as flooding, volcano eruption, civil unrest or other extreme circumstances can be drawn in to aid a person under a humanitarian visa.
People who have been in the United States for more than 10 years, can demonstrate good moral character and that their lives would be adversely impacted if they were removed may be granted a non-lawful permanent resident cancellation of removal.
How Do I Get A Cancellation Of Removal Order?
A request for relief from removal or protection while in removal proceedings in immigration court or before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) may be filed.
If the request is granted, it can provide an immigrant relief from removal such as:
- Adjustment to permanent resident status
- Cancellation of removal
- Withholding of removal
- Waivers of inadmissibility
Protection relief is only granted to persons who are eligible and it is a complex process. While difficult, attorney Mr. Kinzler is focused and has a well-spring of immigration law experience to draw from. Contact his Austin office for assistance, online or call 512-402-7999.