Deportation and removal litigation create a strain on individuals and families. The loss of work can result in financial hardship, and the uprooting and/or separation of family adds emotional distress to an already grievous situation.
Our Immigration Lawyers Are Here To Help
If you or a member of your family is facing the possibility of removal or has received a Notice to Appear (NTA) for a removal hearing, call Saenz-Rodriguez & Associates right away for removal defense. You have the right to legal counsel, which means that you can hire an attorney to protect your best interests in court.
From our law offices in Dallas, we serve clients living in Texas, elsewhere in the United States and abroad. The sooner you consult us, the sooner we can work with you to secure the best possible outcome for you and your family.
Forms Of Relief From Deportation
Forms of relief from deportation are categorized as being either discretionary or administrative. Discretionary forms of relief are granted by the judge during a deportation hearing. For these kinds of relief, the burden of proving eligibility is put on the person undergoing removal proceedings. A lawyer who is familiar with immigration court proceedings can help you collect evidence of eligibility.
Discretionary forms of relief include: adjustment of status, cancellation of deportation/removal, suspension of deportation, asylum, approved voluntary departure (which lifts the ban on re-entry) and waivers of excludability/inadmissibility.
If you are scheduled for removal as a result of your hearing, we can help you file for administrative forms of relief. These include: motions to reopen or reconsider, stay of removal (which defers your deportation date) or administrative appeal by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
For more information, schedule an initial consultation to speak with one of our attorneys. We will examine your situation to help determine which form of relief will benefit you most.
Special Cases: Victims Of Violence
There are protections from deportation available to victims. Under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), victims of domestic abuse can self-petition for adjustment of status. VAWA makes it illegal for abusers to threaten the abused with deportation. Male victims can also apply for a VAWA visa. U visas are available to noncitizen crime victims who are compliant with authorities and willing to investigate the crime. Our Dallas immigration lawyers are experienced with both forms of relief and will help you determine which to apply for.
Don't face removal litigation alone; we are here to help. For your convenience, we accept all major credit cards and offer quality representation at reasonable rates. Contact our offices at 214-646-1208 or 800-490-7212 to discuss your options with our experienced lawyers.
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