Defense VS Deportation
Deportation can be even worse than a jail sentence, that’s why in the Law Office of Valdez, Monarrez & San Miguel understand how difficult the process is for families in these circumstances. Separating families and the uncertainty of not knowing what will happen is something very complex for anyone.
We are here to help you! We will help you learn about your rights, current laws and what to expect during the deportation process or during an appeal to the process.
A deportation faces yes :
- You are convicted of a crime and are not a citizen of the United States, whether for drug possession, driving under the influence of a drug or alcohol, and other types of crimes classified as serious.
- Your visa has expired.
- For not having a visa or other type of documentation that allows you a legal stay in the United States.
We will always seek all possible defense options against deportation , including asylum possibilities and he will appeal the deportation decision. If there are possible legal options, we will fight to keep you within the United States.
As soon as you know that you or a member of your family is in danger of being deported, you should contact an immigration attorney to take your defense against the deportation process. Remember that laws change continuously and it is important to have a person who knows about these laws and fights for your rights.