Miami Deportation Attorney
Seeking a Miami deportation attorney with the experience and knowledge to represent your case? Each one of our immigration attorneys has a successful track record in removal proceedings and obtaining relief from cancellation of removal in complex cases. Contact SGM Law Group for more information on how our Miami Deportation Lawyers can assist you in obtaining cancellation of removal relief before an Immigration Judge in Miami and South Florida area.
Filing to Avoid Deportation
Miami deportation attorneys at the Law Offices of Shilpa Malik will file and prosecute on your behalf, if you are an alien who has received an order of deportation from an immigration judge, any direct “appeal” before the Board of Immigration Appeals (the “BIA”).
Included among these are appeals from a finding that the non-citizen is deportable as well as orders denying applications for relief from deportation, exclusion or removal, such as denials of applications for Suspension of Deportation, Cancellation of Removal, Asylum, Withholding and Convention Against Torture (CAT), or denials of applications for waivers of deportability or inadmissibility under sections 212(c), 212(h) or 212(i) among others.
An alien is allowed to file only one (1) motion after the Immigration Judge or BIA’s order has become “final”. (Some exceptions apply). Immigration Lawyers at the SGM Law Group can help you file your Notice of Appeal, Motion to Reopen or Reconsider before the Office of the Immigration Judge, or the Board of Immigration Appeals, no matter where you live in the United States.
Grounds for Removal–Who is Subject?
There is a number of grounds for inadmissibility you may experience on a nonimmigrant visa or even green card. Such examples include:
- Being convicting of a felony or crime like domestic abuse, aggravated DUI, theft, possession of a controlled substance, etc.
- Committing marriage fraud in order to gain a green card
- Being diagnosed with a disease like tuberculosis or AIDS
- Engaging in any criminal activity involving espionage, sabotage or danger to public safety (i.e., terrorist activity, force, violence, etc.)
- Falsely representing yourself as a citizen on an I-9, federal/state form, or student loan
Depending on your situation you may be eligible for defenses to removal like a cancellation of removal, asylum or voluntary departure.
In many cases, an undocumented individual may be arrested for a traffic violation and then taken into Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody at a holding facility. If an undocumented relative is taken to the detention center in Miami, a Miami Deportation Attorney at SGM Law Group may be able to help you acquire a bond for them to be released.
Our deportation defense lawyers can also help you with your Petition for Judicial Review before any of the United States Courts of Appeal and/or Judicial Action in District Court no matter where you live in the United States.
The number one goal as a Miami Deportation Attorney is to ensure that our client’s needs are fully met and that the well-being for them and their family is addressed by the law.
For additional information on how we can help you, please fill out this “Consultation” Form to consult with a deportation lawyer in Miami. We can schedule a consultation within 24 hours, usually on the same business day.
Our lawyers advise clients from all over Florida including West Palm Beach, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and Volusia County. We also advise clients in all 50 states.
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