Being an immigrant in the United States is hard. There are laws that are continually changing and there aren’t any major road signs that clearly state what you need or don’t need in order to apply for some kind of permanent residency. The process is murky and if you are not a clear English speaker or reader then you are going to run into many different problems. The current political climate does not help in this situation either.
There was a study conducted in the University of Washington in St. Louis that suggested that 60% of White Americans thought that people who looked like they were from Mexico or Middle Eastern were illegal until proven otherwise. There were many other assumptions that were made, which we know to be completely false, but the significance of that study is to show how every day people are uneducated and unwilling to change their thought pattern. So when you are an immigrant and you find yourself in a position of deportation, not only are average Americans excited to see you go, but there is more political pressure to ensure the deportation happens.
When Facing Deportation, You Need Help
During this scary time, you need support emotionally and legally. Our Deportation Defense at Familia America Immigration comes with over 26 years of experience and a wealth of knowledge about all aspects of the immigration process. Familia America Immigration has successfully helped over 100 immigrants avoid the removal process. This was done by ensuring that clients apply for any and every form of relief such as adjusting status, waivers of inadmissibility and removability, cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, asylum, and withholding of removal. These are all options that are open to you if you choose representation that is working fiercely for you.
Our Deportation Defense Attorneys understand that this can be a life or death situation for you. For example, the doctor in Ohio who was removed from his by ICE officials are using a deportation defense attorney to ensure that he does all he can to negate what the government is suggesting for his removal. There are reasons, of course, that the government has for a removal, but depending on the circumstance, there are rebuttals to those reasons.
Most common reasons for deportation boil down to simple paperwork errors. For example, if you fail to report a change of address then it is grounds for deportation. The most common is the governments “moral turpitude” which means that you have gotten in trouble with the law and the government considers a morally reprehensible thing. This can be detrimental to your case of renewing green cards or even filing for permanent status. This is why you need our impassioned Deportation Defense Attorneys. We know that your story is more than something you did wrong. We know that sometimes circumstances beg wrong choices. Let us help you rebuild your name and prove that you are worthy for staying. Call 801-656-9605 or click here to increase your chances of staying today.