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Expert Defense in Deportation and Removal Proceedings

Entering or remaining in the U.S. unlawfully or being charged with immigration or criminal violations can land a non-citizen in deportation (removal) proceedings. With the increase in deportation enforcement efforts by the current administration, it is crucial that you hire a knowledgeable and aggressive immigration attorney to fight your deportation case. Our clients and their family members often contact us when they or a family member have been arrested and detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In these cases, we start by representing the client at a bond hearing to request that a judge allow a bond to be set or the bond amount set by ICE to be reduced so that our client can be released. Thereafter, we review our client’s case to determine all of the defenses they may have to deportation. To ensure that you have the best chances of defending and winning your deportation case, it is crucial you contact our office and discuss your case as soon as possible.

If you have any questions specific to your case, or need more information, call our office to schedule a phone consultation with a Senior Attorney at Jeelani Law Firm.

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Latest Deportation News

January 9, 2023

Increase in U.S. Deportations in Fiscal Year 2022

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