We Understand Your Fears. We Are Here to Help You.
The prospect of being deported is a serious cause for concern and fear among those who are not U.S. citizens or who are legal permanent residents. Not only could you be forced to leave the country, being deported means being separated from your family and the ones you love. If you are facing the possibility of deportation and removal, you want an attorney who not only has experience protecting families from deportation, but also truly cares about keeping your family together.
At Familia America Immigration ~ Gloria Cardenas, your family is our family. We are dedicated to doing everything we can to help you keep your family together in the face of deportation and removal. Our office is only minutes from the regional Immigration Court of Salt Lake City, Utah, which handles all deportation cases in Utah and surrounding states, including Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota. Many of our clients are people who have been transferred to the court from the Boise/Blackfoot areas of Idaho and surrounding regions of the country.
Because our office is so close to the immigration court, we can file motions and other documentation directly with the court, instead of relying on FedEx or other mail delivery, which can take days to arrive. We can also meet directly with ICE agents to discuss the details of your case and your options for avoiding deportation and removal. If your family member was taken into custody, we will visit him or her in person at the Utah County Jail in Spanish Fork. Contact us for a free initial consultation. We are here to help you.
Common Causes of Deportation
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is responsible for ensuring all non-U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents are in the country with a valid visa or green card. Those who are not can be deported. There are many reasons you may be considered deportable, but the two main ones are:
- Being "out of status": If you came to the country without a visa, or your visa has expired, you could be removed from the U.S.
- Committing immigration crimes: Being convicted of a criminal offense can lead to deportation. These crimes include drunk driving, drug crimes, theft, having fake identification cards or driver's license, having no relief in immigration proceedings, committing violent crimes and other crimes. Even small crimes could be enough to result in you being deported.
If your loved one is being held at the Utah County Jail in Spanish Fork, Utah, while their deportation case is pending, you need a deportation attorney in Spanish Fork to help you with your deportation and immigration needs. We take your case seriously, and we will do everything we can to fight against deportation.
Rexburg Deportation Defense Lawyer
Call 877-415-9604 toll free or contact us online for a free Skype consultation. Our Skype name is Familia America.