Only an attorney who focuses on U.S. immigration law has the expertise to handle your deportation case. Some people facing deportation are detained until they have their hearing before a judge. Your immigration attorney can arrange for bonds through Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the immigration judge if you or your family member qualifies. And your attorney can explain to you or your loved one the different types of relief from deportation outlined by the U.S. Department of Justice that may be available:
Discretionary Relief is relief that is available while removal proceedings are being conducted and includes:
Voluntary Departure – The most common type of relief in which the alien is allowed to leave the United States of their own free will.
Cancellation of Removal – This is usually only granted to legal, permanent residents who satisfy a long list of requirements that include continuous residency, no criminal record and evidence of extreme hardship.
Asylum – This type of relief is granted in limited circumstances where the deportee can prove that they face severe political or other persecution in their home country if they return.
Adjustment of Status – This occurs when the immigration judge allows the alien to change their status to legal, permanent resident.
Administrative and Judicial Relief is relief that is available after the conclusion of removal hearings and includes:
Motion to Reopen or Reconsider – If the deportee has new evidence that should be considered, he can file a motion to reopen or a motion to reconsider his case.
Stay of Removal – An immigration judge may issue a stay to prevent immigration officials from executing a removal order.
Administrative Appeal – This is an appeal that an alien can make to higher governing agencies within the immigration system.
Judicial Review – This allows a deportee’s case to be heard in Federal court but is an extremely complex procedure with limited use.
Any type of relief that you might seek from deportation comes with various requirements, forms, eligibility factors, and filing deadlines which an immigration attorney in Dallas, TX can help you to navigate. Nathan Christensen of The Christensen Law Firm has the expertise to handle your deportation case. He is familiar with all of the judges in the Dallas Immigration Court and has an excellent understanding of how the process works. Call Nathan Christensen today at (972) 497-1017 for an appointment. And visit https://immigrationlawyerdallastx.com to learn more about The Christensen Law Firm and deportation law.