ORLANDO DEPORTATION LAWYER
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Experienced Deportation Defense Lawyer
The Experienced Deportation Defense Legal Team At Samaroo Law is ready to represent those immigrants or foreign visitors who are facing deportation. Forced removal from the United States can be a traumatizing and demeaning experience. The Orlando Deportation Lawyer at Samaroo Law has a thorough understanding of how the deportation process works and will do her best to help you avoid any unlawful deportation attempts by the U.S. Government.
After an individual is captured or detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the first thing we will do is help you obtain an Immigration Bond. If you are eligible for an Immigration Bond from the court, or ICE, we will try to obtain one. After securing your Immigration Bond we will move forward to represent you during the entirety of your Immigration court cases and fight your deportation.
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Why Do Immigrants Face Forced Deportation and Removal From The United States?
In reality, there are a number of reasons why an individual can be deported or forcibly removed. However, there are a few common reasons that we see more often. The common reason typically include:
- Felony or misdemeanor criminal convictions
- Immigration violations
- Visa or green card expiration
- Employment violations
- Immigration fraud
- Final Order of Removal/Deportation after a denial of asylum; or
- Failing to depart after a grant of voluntary departure
There are other reasons which can trigger a deportation alert on you. Other criminal acts that are punishable with deportation include:
- High-speed flight from an immigration checkpoint
- Accused of engaging in a sham marriage
- Immigrants who have assisted in human smuggling into the United States,
- Is or has been a drug abuser or addict.
- Failure to advise immigration authorities of a change of address
- Violating the terms set forth by your visa or green card
Currently the data shows us that about 18 percent of those detained by ICE have lived in the United States for 10 years or more. This tells us that not only those who recently arrived within a year or two are vulnerable to the aggressive deportation tactics of ICE.
Deportation Of DACA “Dreamers”
If you are one of the Dreamers, your immigration status is currently at risk. ICE is currently engaging is deportation actions against dreamers based on unsupported claims of gang affiliation, or other similar trumped up causes. If you are a Dreamer, you may be experiencing anxiety and fear brought on by the current political climate of nationalism and anti-immigrant sentiment.
If you or any of your family members have been picked up by ICE, contact Samaroo Law immediately. We will fight to maintain your protected status as a DACA dreamer.
Work With A Competent And Knowledgeable Deportation Lawyer
At Samaroo Law our legal team is prepared to defend those who have received a Notice to Appear from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). We understand that this is a time of great fear, worry, and anxiety for you. Give us a call to discuss your situation. Often times, we will be able to help ease your situation and create stability in your life.
Our compassionate attorney Avita Samaroo and her legal team are dedicated to keeping you organized, and in control of the situation. The worst thing you can do is let the moment get beyond you and to lose focus of your responsibilities. Let us help you file the appropriate petitions, obtain the correct documents, and raise the right motions that will get your case dismissed.
Why is Samaroo Law your best option for an Orlando deportation Attorney?
- Years of specialized experience
- No-Obligation Consultation
- Personalized service tailored to your specific situation
To schedule a consultation with our deportation attorney in Orlando, call us at (407)-250-1200 today.
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