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Facing threats of removal from the country is the worst nightmare of many immigrants. Especially in recent years, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have cracked down on unlawful residence within the United States, leading to hundreds of thousands of deportations each year.

If you are currently or believe you may soon be facing deportation proceedings, seeking advice from a qualified immigration attorney at Hacking Immigration Law, LLC may be crucial to protecting you and your family. With help from a seasoned San Diego deportation defense lawyer, you could put yourself in a much better position to contest the case against you and potentially avoid being forced to leave your home in America.

Potential Grounds for Deportation

One of the most common reasons the U.S. government removes individuals from the country is for violations of immigration law. This may entail not just undocumented entry and/or residence in the United States, but also behaviors such as working a job without the proper visa or even something as simple as failing to notify USCIS of an address change.

Various criminal offenses may be punishable by deportation regardless of a person’s residency status. For instance, if someone with a green card is convicted of virtually any aggravated felony or a misdemeanor offense that constitutes a “crime of moral turpitude,” the USCIS may remove them from the United States rather than receiving prison time within U.S. borders.

Finally, various forms of immigration-related fraud could end up resulting in deportation, including providing false information in an immigration application, marrying a U.S. citizen solely to obtain a green card, or errors in any of the numerous forms of documentation required to establish legal permanent residence. No matter what particular grounds USCIS has named for deportation, a qualified San Diego lawyer could help an impacted immigrant understand their options and build a defense in their case.

What Could an Immigrant Do to Fight Getting Deported?

Depending on the circumstances, there are a number of different legal procedures that could potentially help fight back against removal proceedings. For example, if the government’s case against an immigrant is not thorough enough to justify deportation, the best course of action may simply be pursuing a motion to terminate, which can prevent the order from going through.

In other situations, a local deportation defense attorney could work with an immigrant to seek a waiver of inadmissibility, which may allow them to remain in the U.S. for their family’s sake even though they technically meet the criteria for removal. Similarly, if deportation would put someone at risk of harm or constitute unfair, cruel punishment, legal counsel may be able to pursue cancellation of removal proceedings or request prosecutorial discretion in a particular immigrant’s case.

Consider Working with a San Diego Deportation Defense Attorney

Regardless of your unique circumstances, deportation can be a scary prospect for any legal permanent resident or immigrant living in the country. Fortunately, you have the right to retain legal counsel who could assist you throughout every stage of deportation proceedings.

If you are facing removal from the country, you should seek representation from a seasoned San Diego deportation defense lawyer. Call today to find out how a dedicated legal representative could help you with your legal immigration matters.

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Navigating the maze of U.S. immigration law can be tricky for anybody, especially if English is your second language or you have unique circumstances motivating you to move here. Fortunately, if you are unsure about any areas of immigration or the naturalization process, help through an immigration lawyer (San Diego) is available at the Hacking Immigration Law LLC.

Retaining one of our dedicated San Diego immigration lawyers could help you both with USCIS and other U.S. immigration authorities. To find out how immigration attorneys could help you with your specific case, call us today to schedule a consultation.

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