If you or a family member is facing deportation or removal, you may feel as though there is no hope. You do have options, however, and Coleman Jackson, P.C., can help. Our experienced Dallas deportation defense attorney provides caring, knowledgeable representation when the U.S. government notifies people in Texas that they are subject to a removal proceeding.
Non-citizens living in the United States may face the possibility of removal for many reasons. They include crimes involving moral turpitude, aggravated felonies and crimes involving drugs, unlawful presence, overstaying a visa and violating the terms of a visa.
If you or a relative receives a Notice to Appear (NTA), you should contact an immigration lawyer immediately. An NTA means that removal proceedings are being initiated in Immigration Court after a person has been arrested and detained because authorities suspect that person does not have a lawful immigration status. Often, the subject of the NTA is arrested first by local law enforcement or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers and then given a Notice to Appear. After the arrest and detention and Notice to Appear, the next step is typically an immigration appearance bond hearing in Immigration Court.
You may find relief from removal in several ways, including:
If you or your relative is arrested and detained or receives an NTA, our law firm can help. We also represent aliens in expedited removal proceedings when they are suspected of entering without inspection. The dedicated team at our law firm will discuss the matter with you in a confidential environment, advise you of your options and pursue a strategy that best meets your goals.
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