Deportation

San Francisco Deportation Defense Lawyer

Facing Removal Proceedings? Let Our Firm Help You!

Whether you are a legal or illegal immigrant in the United States, it is possible to be deported from this country for several reasons. Unfortunately, many people who are dealing with removal proceedings already have an established life in the U.S. and the thought of uprooting everything they’ve worked hard is devastating. When facing deportation, one of the most important steps you should take is to hire an experienced immigration lawyer to defend you throughout the legal process and help get the best possible outcome in your case.

If you or a loved one is facing removal proceedings in Northern California, let Harrison Law Office, P.C. represent you in immigration court. Attorney Blake Harrison has handled hundreds of cases since 2014 and has developed a successful track record helping our clients achieve their immigration goals. Do not hesitate to let our firm protect your from being deported.

Contact us today at (415) 212-6817 for a free phone or video consultation.

Common Grounds for Deportation

Most removal proceedings start when U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials formally accuse an immigrant of being removable. When you are placed in deportation proceedings, this means an immigration judge (IJ) or immigration officer has decided you are not allowed to stay in the country and ordered your departure, unless you are eligible for relief from removal. After being deported, you could either leave the U.S. on our own or after receiving a letter from ICE that details when and where to appear for transport.

Some of the common reasons why you could be deported from the U.S. include:

  • Immigration violations – Whether you overstayed your visa or violated the terms of your visa – such as failing to maintain your status or advising the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) of a change of address – these immigration violations are grounds for removal.

  • Fraud – If you make any errors or misstatements on immigration paperwork, you could be deported. For example, entering in a fraudulent marriage or entering the U.S. on a family visa for unmarried children but you are already married.

  • Crimes – If you are convicted of a criminal offense, you could also be deported. However, not all crimes will result in removal proceedings. Common types of deportable crimes include aggravated felonies, drug crimes, domestic violence, firearm offenses, human trafficking, and crimes of “moral turpitude” (i.e., offenses involving either dishonesty or shocking conduct).

Ready to Help You Avoid Deportation Immediately

As an immigrant in the U.S., you still have a right to have a lawyer represent you in immigration court. Attorney Harrison can thoroughly review your case, collect evidence, prepare any witnesses and legal briefs for your court hearing, and help you avoid getting deported at all costs. Let us guide you through the complexities of the legal process.

Call (415) 212-6817 today to discuss your case with our deportation attorney in San Francisco.

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