Deportation Orders Are Not Final – You Can Fight To Stay
Regardless of the reason why you received a deportation order, you have the right to challenge the order. Even undocumented immigrants who were issued a notice of expedited removal enjoy the right to have their deportation order reviewed by a federal judge.
Because the courts are backlogged with cases, often simply applying for a cancellation of a deportation order buys you time. It is not unusual for deportation cases to take several years; time we can use to build a case.
However, this backlog of cases has resulted in judges being very strict in enforcing rules. If you don’t act quickly and follow rules to the letter, you may miss your opportunity to achieve your immigration or naturalization goal.
Building A Defense To Stop Deportation Orders
At Black Rock Legal Group, PLLC, we can help you build a compelling case for why you should be allowed to stay in the country. We work as allies, getting to know the details of your situation and staying by your side throughout the entire process.
Prior to the launch this firm, attorney Dixon Sandaire worked in the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He brings inside knowledge of how the department works and understands how to get a deportation order overturned.
Listed below are some of the strategies we employ for challenging deportation orders.
- Proving you qualify for asylum
- Invoking protections granted by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
- Applying for temporary protected status
- Applying for a re-adjustment of status
- Applying for a 212c waiver
- Applying for a T visa
With a strong, well-organized case, it is possible to get a stay of deportation. When you are our client, we have in-depth conversations with you and do comprehensive research on details of your situation. Our attorneys will build a defense appropriate to your situation and represent you in front of the judge. At every step of the process, we will be by your side.
Start Working On Your Deportation Defense Now
If you have received deportation orders, especially if you were issued a notice of expedited removal, you must act quickly. Contact us now via our online form or by calling 941-999-2557. We are here to help.
We offer services in English, French and Creole.