Coming to a new country takes courage and perseverance. It is literally discovering a new world and trying to absorb all the rules and regulations is very hard, especially if you do not have good examples around you. Every year about 1 million people emigrate to the United States. Around 200,000 of those immigrants are deported for various reasons.
The main causes of deportation are because the person did not follow the guidelines and rules of having their green card. For example, you must follow the rules of the law. Any kind of drug charge warrants deportation. Therefore, engaging in such activities puts you and your family at risk for deportation. Other criminal acts such as alien smuggling, document fraud, domestic violence, espionage, sabotage, or terrorism, are all unacceptable. Other more “classic” crimes like murder, rape, or any other felony will also land you in the deportation seat. Most would not argue that such severe crimes do warrant deportation. However, there are always two sides to a story and sometimes a crime committed is not as it seems.
Other grounds for deportation are not following the rules of your visa or green card, violating immigration laws, and failure to share change of address. These may seem like minor charges, but unless you are a permanent citizen the United States is very strict on who they have in their country and what they are doing in their country. Don’t get trapped in a situation where you may get deported. Do not be intimidated by the authorities with fear of getting deported. Even though you are not a citizen you still have rights. You are still human and all humans make mistakes. Do not be bullied into a future that is not reflective of the courage and perseverance that you had to get you the United States in the first place.
Our Deportation Defense Attorneys at Familia America Immigration in Taylorsville will not be intimated by your case. For over 26 years we have dealt with clients in a worse and better position then your case. Together we will figure out a solution and get you on the path to staying in this country.
What To Do
First, call 801-656-9605 or click here to share your story with our Deportation Defense Attorney at Familia America Immigration in Taylorsville. We now that are thousands of deportation cases waiting to be heard by a judge. This means that time is on your side to create a strong appeals case. Aggressively, our deportation defense attorney will ensure that we try every route and form to delay your deportation and/or relieve your deportation. There are options for you like canceling your removal, suspending your deportation, or adjusting your status to permanent residence in order to avoid deportation.
If you are facing deportation please know that you are not a hopeless case, but your chances will decrease if you do not have a strong attorney by your side. With over 26 years of experience, our Deportation Defense Attorney is here to work aggressively for you because we know how aggressively you worked to get here.