Deportation Defense

Facing the prospect of deportation can be one of the most stressful experiences of a person’s life. If you or your loved one have been served with a Notice to Appear before an Immigration Judge that charges you with being removable from the United States, it is important to remember that you have a constitutionally protected right to be represented by a U.S. immigration lawyer. Studies have proven that people represented by attorneys are much more likely to be successful in immigration court than those who are not.

The process starts as soon as possible.  If your loved one is detained by Immigration the most important thing is to get him or her out of custody as soon as possible.  Once released, the danger of deportation is still very much alive so you will need a very good immigration attorney to seek relief.  There are many avenues for relief and you can beat a deportation threat, especially if you have family members here in the United States.   If for whatever reason you are unsuccessful in immigration court you then still have the ability to appeal any decision with the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Below are the links that talk more about each process.  Please click on the link that applies to you and then give us a call to see if we can help you.

The Immigration Court that handles most of our client’s cases is in downtown Dallas, Texas. Nathan Christensen lives and works in the Dallas area and is very familiar with the court and understands the process well. However, because immigration is federal law, if your case is in another immigration court, our attorney is authorized to practice anywhere in the United States.

Do not allow an immigration officer to dissuade you from seeking advice from an immigration attorney. If you are before an Immigration Judge without an attorney, tell the judge that you want the opportunity to find a lawyer to help you with your case, and then contact us immediately.