Deportation, Removal and Immigration Court
Dalbir Singh & Associates is an immigration law firm where our deportation lawyers work tirelessly to protect immigrants and their families from the devastating effects of deportation or removal from the U.S. Although we are based in NYC, we represent immigrants across the United States and around the world.
You have the Right to a Deportation Lawyer
The Department of Homeland Security generally cannot deport you until you are first given a chance to go before an Immigration Judge to present your case in what is now called removal proceedings. At all removal or deportation hearings in Immigration Court, you have a right to be represented by a deportation lawyer.
Having an aggressive and experienced immigration lawyer by your side is essential if you want to avoid deportation. If you have to appear in Immigration Court, Dalbir Singh & Associates are ready to fight to protect you from deportation. We will eagerly act immediately on your behalf.
“I have a Deportation Hearing in Boston Immigration Court. What does this mean?”
The deportation process often begins when you receive a letter called a “Notice to Appear,” which requires you to appear in Immigration Court at a deportation hearing. Obviously, this is serious. Our experienced deportation lawyers have the immigration law knowledge and courtroom advocacy skills to help you avoid deportation.
Call 212.428.2000 for an immediate immigration consultation.
“How did I end up in Removal/Deportation Proceedings?”
If the Department of Homeland Security, DHS, is trying to deport you, it is probably for one of the follow reasons:
- You entered the U.S. legally with a visa but overstayed and are now out of status
- You entered the U.S. without a visa or without being inspected by an immigration officer, i.e., EWI
- You have a green card, i.e., permanent residency status, but have a criminal conviction or have had some trouble with the law
- You filed an immigration application with USCIS, which got denied (for example, Asylum (I-589), Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act of 1998 (HRIFA), Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA), or an Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status (I-485)).
If any of these situations apply to you, your future in the United States is in jeopardy and MUST be legally protected by an effective deportation lawyer. Dalbir Singh & Associates have built an impressive record of success representing people in Immigration Court. Our firm will work diligently to build a solid and successful case.
If you or a loved one must appear in Immigration Court or is at risk of deportation, contact us today and find out why people choose Dalbir Singh & Associates when they need a deportation attorney.