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Removal Defense

If you are undocumented, facing deportation from the United States and your current stay in the United States is being threatened due to any reason, you need to immediately seek the legal resources of a law firm that is well-versed in this area of the law. As with all areas of immigration law, deportation and removal from the country are serious issues that can threaten the livelihood of an individual, uproot them from their home, and tear apart a family indefinitely. A person seeking relief from removal may be eligible for several forms of relief.

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Some examples of potential relief from removal include:

  • Challenge to the Department of Homeland Security's Charges

  • Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents

  • Cancellation of Removal for Non-Lawful Permanent Residents

  • Elimination of Suspension of Deportation and INA §212(c)

  • Adjustment of Status

  • Asylum

  • Withholding of Removal

  • Protection Under the Convention Against Torture (CAT)

  • Waivers of Removal

  • Waivers under INA §§212(g), (h), (j), (k), 209(c), and 213

  • Voluntary Departure

  • Deferred Action

Contact an immigration law attorney in Manhattan today

Get started with your Removal Defense right away by calling Dalbir Singh and Associates, PC at 212-428-2000. Our New York City office is conveniently located in the Financial District, at 40 Wall Street, Floor 25, New York, NY 10005. We’re open five days a week.

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