An immigrant may be deported or removed from the United States for numerous reasons, including being in the United States without permission or for the commission of certain crimes. Most immigrants have the right to appear before an immigration judge to contest their removal from the United States. In certain situations, especially for those with lengthy periods of residency in the Untied States and with extensive family ties to the United States, the immigrant can apply for waivers that allow them to remain in the United States.

Please note that immigration law is extraordinarily complicated, and for every rule there is an exception. The information on this website is therefore only a survey of the general principles of American immigration law, and should not be taken as legal advice regarding a specific case or fact pattern. If you would like an appointment to receive an analysis of your specific case, please contact our office.
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