Representing You In Deportation And Removal Immigration Matters
If, for whatever reason, the United States government has made the determination that you should no longer be in the U.S., it will begin deportation proceedings against you. This can be a frightening time — even people who have permanent resident status, but who are not U.S. citizens can be deported.
If the U.S. government has initiated deportation proceedings against you, or you are already in a detention center, with the help of experienced immigration lawyer Alfonso Venegas, you may find there are remedies you didn’t know were possible.
Lawyer Defending You In Deportation Matters
At the Law Office of Alfonso Venegas, PLLC, we have more than 10 years of experience representing detainees all over the U.S. We know that you are worried, especially if the deportation would result in hardship for your family in the U.S. If the deportation proceedings are successful, you will not be able to enter the U.S. again for five years.
Although there are a number of reasons the government might seek deportation, there are also a number of remedies that can be employed to suspend deportation.
Helping You Understand Your Options In Deportation Detainee Cases
Under certain circumstances, you may apply to suspend the removal/deportation for reasons of extreme hardship. If you have been in the U.S. for seven to 10 years and have good moral character, some of the circumstances that create unusual and extreme hardship include:
- Being unable to return to the U.S. in the future
- Separation from your family in the U.S.
- Emotional damage that could result from the deportation
- Financial devastation for the family left in the U.S.
- Personal danger in returning to your country of origin
It is important to note that these are simply examples of some extreme hardships. Each case is unique, and you should consult with experienced immigration attorney Alfonso Venegas to determine the merits of your case.
In addition, deportation cases that involve criminal activity such as fraud, violence or white collar crime have different consequences for the detainee. Again, consultation with an exceptional immigration attorney is essential.
Putting Experienced Attorney Representation On Your Side
If you are in need of a skilled, diligent and trustworthy deportation defense immigration attorney, please contact the Law Office of Alfonso Venegas, PLLC, by calling our Texas office at 956-622-4085. We have represented hundreds of detainees, and we would like to represent you, too.
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