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Dallas Deportation Defense Lawer

Passionate, Knowledgeable & Experienced Removal Defense in Dallas, Fort Worth, & Surrounding Areas

Being in the United States is a dream come true for many immigrants. However, if you are facing deportation, it can feel like a nightmare. You may be concerned about being sent back to your home country and not being able to see your family again. You may not be sure if you can stay in the country or if you will be forced to leave. You may be afraid of being separated from your children.

Our team at Christensen Immigration Attorneys in Dallas is ready to help you. We are experienced in handling deportation cases and will fight to help you stay in the country.

We will fight tooth and nail to protect you and your family. Call our Texas immigration firm at (972) 497-1017 to learn how we can help you! Se habla españo

What Is a Deportation Case?

A deportation case is when the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) files a formal request to have a person removed from the country. There are several reasons why a person may be deported, including:

  • Illegal entry into the country
  • Failure to follow the conditions of your visa
  • Committing a crime
  • Being convicted of a crime
  • Being a security or public safety risk

If you are facing deportation, you will have to go before an immigration judge and present your case. The judge will decide whether or not to grant the deportation request.

However, it is important to note that the judge will not hear your case if you do not show up. If you fail to appear, the judge will grant the request and you will be deported.

Why Should I Hire an Attorney for My Deportation Case?

The legal system can be confusing and intimidating. You may not know how to present your case to the judge. You may not be aware of the steps you need to take to protect yourself. An attorney can help you navigate the legal process and present your case in the best way possible.

A Dallas deportation attorney will help you to get a fair hearing and protect your rights. Call our Texas immigration firm at (972) 497-1017 to learn how we can help you! Se habla español.


What Is the Difference Between Asylum, Withholding of Removal, & Relief under Section 240A?

There are several types of relief that you may be eligible for if you are facing deportation. These include:

  • Asylum
  • Withholding of removal
  • Relief under Section 240A

Asylum

An asylum is a type of protection that you may be eligible for if you fear that you will be persecuted in your home country based on your race, religion, nationality, or membership in a particular social group. You will need to prove that your fear is legitimate and that you would be harmed if you were to return to your home country. An asylum is different from a withholding of removal in that an asylum offers protection from deportation and allows you to live and work in the United States.

Withholding of Removal

Withholding of removal is another form of protection that you may be eligible for if you have been in the United States for a certain period of time and fear that you will be persecuted in your home country. You will need to prove that your fear is legitimate and that you would be harmed if you were to return to your home country.

Section 240A: Cancellation of Removal

Section 240A is a form of protection that you may be eligible for if you have been in the United States for a certain period of time and fear that you will be persecuted in your home country. You will need to prove that your fear is legitimate and that you would be harmed if you were to return to your home country.

You will also need to prove that you are a person of good moral character. You will need to prove that you are a person of good moral character.

Finally, you will need an immediate relative who is a citizen or lawful permanent resident. This immediate relative must be willing to sponsor you. The sponsoring relative must be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident who has been a resident in the United States for at least 5 years. The sponsoring relative must also be willing to assume financial responsibility for you. The process can be confusing and time-consuming.

Our Dallas deportation lawyers can help you to determine if you are eligible for any of these forms of relief and can help you to apply for them.

Contact Our Dallas Deportation Attorney

Our Dallas deportation attorneys have been serving the legal needs of immigrants nationwide since 2009. We have helped hundreds of people and have an established record of success. We will do whatever it takes to protect your rights and reunite you with your family. Our team is compassionate, caring, and we truly care about our clients. We will fight to help you stay in the country and will work tirelessly to reunite you with your loved ones.

Call our Texas immigration firm at (972) 497-1017 to learn how we can help you! Se habla español.

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