Deportation proceedings most often begin after alleged immigration, or criminal violation occurs and after a Notice to Appear is issued. Suppose you have received a Notice to Appear about possible deportation. In that case, you have an opportunity to contest any charges and request an immigration remedy to allow you to remain in the U.S.
We provide aggressive legal representation in all cases involving possible deportation. If you or your spouse, child, sibling, or other family member has been arrested, we can review the government’s charges and create strategies to prevent deportation or find other remedies, including:
- Adjustment of status (also under the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act)
- Termination of removal proceedings
- Cancellation of removal
- Political asylum
- Section 212(c) relief
- Request lowering bond amounts
- Appeal the decision of an immigration judge to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), Circuit Courts (Fifth), and file Writs of Mandamus and Habeas Corpus in Federal District Courts.
We understand the fear and confusion that can result from potential deportation. At Chavez & Valko, we take the time to meet with you to know everything about the case. We’ll explain the legalities of your case and walk you through all your options and risks.
For more information or to book an appointment, give us a call at 214-251-8011 (Dallas, TX) or 817-332-1100 (Fort Worth, TX) to see how we can help you. You can also schedule your next appointment online here.