Santa Rosa Deportation Defense & Appeals Lawyer
Santa Rosa Lawyer Helping Good People Avoid Deportation
Aggressive Deportation Defense
If your dream is to live your life in the U.S. and make a better future for your family, being removed or “deported” is the worst thing that could happen to you. If the government has begun removal proceedings, then you need an experienced deportation defense attorney to stand up for your rights.
I have extensive experience handling deportation [removal] defense and appeals in the immigration courts of California, Arizona, Oregon and Washington, and other states. I handle appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. You can trust me to do everything in my power to beat the case against you and keep you in the country.
The government is not on your side. Before speaking to the them, speak to me. Contact me today. I offer free initial consultations. Se Habla Espanol.
Why Are You Facing Deportation?
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may take you to immigration court for removal for a variety of reasons, including:
- You are in the country illegally
- You have an expired visa
- You have a criminal conviction
- You have violated the terms of your visa
- You misrepresented yourself to secure your visa
Regardless of why the government is seeking to have you deported, I will provide you with an aggressive deportation defense. My goal is to convince the Immigration Judge to cancel the removal case and give you your green card [permanent resident status]. If that is not possible, I will try to arrange a voluntary departure, which has fewer negative consequences for your future.
Remember: Always go to every court date! Missing court will get you deported!
Do You Have a Criminal Law Issue?
If you are in deportation proceedings due to a criminal offense, I can help you try to get the criminal charges dismissed. A criminal conviction can get you deported even if you have a green card, and can hurt your chances of being allowed into the country in the future.
Free initial consultations are available Monday through Saturday by appointment. Call 707-527-8050 today.