Many deportation orders are issued for several different reasons. Knowing how to deal with deportation can be a very difficult and scary matter. Our team of attorneys will be able to help you face deportation with the utmost professionalism and skill. Most deportation orders are a result of overstayed visas. This means that a person had a non-immigrant visa which was issued with an expiration date. Someone that stays beyond the expiration can be subject to removal or deported if they do not exit the United States.
There are many methods to defend against deportation, whether it is intentional or involuntary. Individuals are non-legal resident of the United States and are arrested can face deportation for several reasons. If you are arrested in the United States or have an extensive criminal record, it could hinder your chances of setting aside the deportation order and you could be deported back to your country of origin.