Relief from Removal
North Carolina Deportation Defense Attorney
Are you experiencing the process of removal from the United States? If immigration proceedings are being initiated for your removal from the country, then it is time to enlist the assistance of an attorney from our firm. At Brown Immigration Law our lawyers - Erin Brown, Aleksandar Cuic, Rishi Oza, and Robert Brown - can be of assistance to your situation and can provide you relief from removal. It is important to obtain professional assistance for this legal need. Our North Carolina deportation defense lawyers focus on meticulously preparing for the case and providing advocacy for clients that goes above and beyond what is expected.
Forms of Relief
There are a variety of forms of relief from removal. Under the law, you are entitled to specific provisions under the law that can prove to relieve you from your present legal situation. Our immigration attorneys - Robert Brown, Aleksandar Cuic, Erin Brown, and Rishi Oza - are prepared to provide experienced assistance when presenting your case.
Forms of relief include:
Adjustment - Adjustment of your status is also a relief from removal from the United States. An attorney from our firm can help you modify your status from non-immigrant to legal permanent resident.
Asylum - Asylum is an available option for relief from removal for those who are not able to return to their home country because of a fear of persecution based on religion, political party, or race. This must be filed within one year of the entry into the United States.
Cancellation - Cancellation is an available option for permanent and non-permanent residents of the country. Both statuses demand that the time period criteria be met as well as other statutory requirements.
Convention Against Torture - A convention against torture can be obtained by proving that the alien will "more likely than not" face torture upon returning to his or her home country. If this can be proved, then you can receive relief from removal.
Waivers - Various waivers can be used if you are convicted of specific crimes that cause you to be removed from the United States. You might be eligible for a waiver under the Immigration and Nationality Act. A waiver can help you become a lawful permanent resident.
Withholding - Withholding is similar to asylum but it does not have to be filed within the first year of entry. It does not enable the individual to apply for permanent residency in the United States.
Defense Against Removal
It is important to seek professional legal representation if you are facing the threat of removal from the United States. At Brown Immigration Law, we have a team of lawyers who are available to help you obtain relief from removal.
Our North Carolina immigration lawyers have dealt with difficult situations and are prepared to help you. Call today!