Deportation Lawyers in Houston
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Davis & Associates is a full-service immigration firm. With over 60 years of combined experience, our Houston deportation attorneys know how to win cases. When you entrust your case to us, you can receive sound advice and aggressive representation from a team of legal professionals who care about you and your future.
When facing deportation, an immigration lawyer is necessary to ensure the process moves quickly and smoothly.
For dedicated counsel from a law firm with a proven track record of success, call (832) 720-7112 today.
Houston Deportation & Removal Defense
When a person seeks admission into the United States, or in some situations seeks to become a lawful permanent resident (LPR), the person must apply to be tested as to his or her “admissibility.” Those who do not qualify will be deemed “inadmissible” and therefore “removable” from the United States under INA §212.
A person who entered the United States without inspection will also be considered removable from the United States under INA §212. The reason is that if a person enters the United States without being formally admitted, he or she is still “knocking at the door” and is not here – from a legal perspective.
Deportation is a process used by the U.S. government to remove foreign nationals from the country. If you have received a notice to appear before an immigration judge or have been visited by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), it is crucial to speak with one of our qualified attorneys as soon as possible.
We have extensive experience helping clients in danger of removal for a variety of reasons, including:
- Unlawful presence
- Status violations
- Criminal convictions and crimes involving moral turpitude or fraud
- Prohibited employment activity
- Illegal entry
- Long-term visa overstays and previous removals from the United States
There are several types of removal relief available to foreign nationals. The relief option that is right for you will depend on your circumstances and eligibility. After reviewing your case, we can help you make an informed decision about how to proceed with your deportation defense.
Common forms of deportation relief include:
- Cancellation of removal
- Waivers of inadmissibility
- Asylum and withholding of removal
- Adjustment of status
- Appeals of deportation/removal orders
People in these categories should consider seeking out a deportation immigration law firm.
For some of these issues, waivers are potentially available for family unity purposes. For example, if a person can demonstrate that a U.S. citizen or LPR spouse, parent or child would suffer extreme hardship if the person were not allowed admission to the United States, inadmissibility for a single offense for simple possession of under 31 grams of marijuana can be waived.
Get the Experienced Representation You Need
When the stakes are high, clients rely on our Houston deportation lawyers at Davis & Associates. We are committed to providing our clients with realistic expectations and work hard to keep them informed throughout the entire process. No matter the reason you are at risk of being removed from the U.S., we are willing to fight to help you stay.