Outstanding Representation from Expert Deportation Defense Attorneys
Defending Against Deportation Proceedings
Immigrants and non-citizens in the United States face the very real threat of removal or deportation for failing to follow proper protocol or as punishment for criminal activity. Facing removal proceedings can be strenuous and troubling. If you or someone you know could be deported, it is absolutely essential to secure sound legal representation to fight this possibility. A Tampa immigration lawyer can stand by your side throughout the removal proceedings and aggressively push to have these proceedings dropped. It is your right to stand up for yourself and stop the process of deportation. An attorney can greatly increase your chances of receiving a favorable outcome.
Common Grounds for Deportation or Removal
When it comes to deportation or removal, the most common reasons usually involve unlawfully activity in one form or another. A criminal conviction, unlawful entry or illegal immigration, unlawful presence, status violations, and prohibited employment activity are all common grounds for deportation or removal proceedings. Depending on the circumstances of your case, deportation may seem like an extreme response to a minor offense. No matter what the circumstances of your case may be, a skilled immigration lawyer can help you fight for your right to stay in this country.
Successfully defending against deportation proceedings requires the attention of a dedicated attorney. Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. we take deportation defense very seriously. We employ a number of strategies to defend against possible deportation. These strategies include seeking a Cancellation of Removal order, the adjustment of an individual’s status to address unlawful presence or other allegations, waivers, appeals, and requests for asylum. With over 100 years of combined experience, our attorneys are well-versed in the immigration laws and circumstances surrounding deportation. We know how to fight these proceedings. Do not hesitate to take an active step towards confronting deportation or removal head on.