Miami Deportation Defense Lawyer
Cancellation of Removal for Those Facing Deportation
If a non-resident of the United States is arrested and convicted of a felony, they may be placed in removal proceedings. These proceedings will determine removability of the individual, and possibly result in deportation. For those who have been placed in removal proceedings and face deportation, there is a possibility of cancellation of removal. The process of cancellation of removal involves evidence being brought to the court in order to establish that a person is ineligible for removal or many other circumstances that could stop the removal process.
Deportation can be a frightening thing to face, especially if a person is trying to obtain asylum in the U.S. from their country of origin. Being deported back their country could be devastating and potentially dangerous. Committed crimes can potentially deny eligibility for cancellation of removal; however, if the removal of one person would be detrimental to their family, then they might be eligible for cancellation of removal. Whatever the circumstances are, and whatever the case may be, a Miami immigration attorney will be able to help anyone who is facing deportation for any reason.
Immigration Lawyer Serving Miami
If you or a loved one is facing deportation, or you are in removal proceedings, then a Miami immigration lawyer from Pozo Goldstein, LLP will be able to help you throughout your case. It is a terrible thing when families are split up due to deportation. Our firm has over 50 years of combined experience and we have a former judge as well as former immigration prosecuting attorneys on our legal team. This gives our firm insight into the knowledge and expertise of individuals that few other firms can offer to their clients.
If you are facing deportation, it is extremely important that you do not hesitate to contact a Miami deportation defense attorney
from Pozo Goldstein, LLP today.