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Last Updated on: 20th October 2023, 09:05 am
Getting caught violating immigration laws can lead to serious consequences like deportation. But an experienced immigration lawyer can often help you avoid deportation and stay in the country legally. This article explains common immigration violations, penalties, and defenses that a good immigration attorney may use to help keep you here.
Some of the most common immigration violations that can lead to deportation include:
Committing any of these violations of immigration law can start removal proceedings where the government tries to deport you. But an experienced immigration attorney can often help you fight deportation and stay in the country.
If your immigration offense is discovered, you may face various penalties beyond just deportation. These can include:
But in many cases an attorney can help you avoid detention, minimize fines, and eliminate jail time and bars on re-entry. The key is taking action quickly once you know you’re under investigation.
If you’re facing immigration penalties, an experienced immigration attorney can be your best asset. Here are some of the ways a lawyer can help:
A lawyer knows every defense possible under the law to help you stay. Without expert legal help, most immigrants face deportation even for minor offenses. But with an attorney on your side, you have a fighting chance to avoid removal.
There are many complex defenses an immigration lawyer may use to help you fight deportation. Some examples include:
This defense applies if you’ve lived in the U.S. continuously for 10 years and have close family members who are citizens or permanent residents. It allows the judge to cancel your removal based on the hardship your deportation would cause.
If you’re eligible to get a green card through a family member or employer, your lawyer can file to adjust your status to a permanent resident. This can waive deportation for illegal entry or overstaying a visa.
If you fear persecution in your home country based on race, religion, nationality, politics, etc., you may qualify for asylum. This will halt deportation to that dangerous place.
Similar to asylum, this defense allows you to remain if you’re more likely than not to be persecuted in your home country. It’s harder to qualify than asylum but still prevents removal.
For victims of domestic abuse by a U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse, VAWA allows you to self-petition for a green card without the abuser’s knowledge or consent.
If you have very compelling ties in the U.S., DHS may agree to administratively close your case. This removes the immediate threat of deportation.
An experienced immigration lawyer will know what defenses you may qualify for to remain in the country legally. Don’t assume deportation is inevitable – fight your removal with legal help.
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