If you fear to receive a “Notice to Appear” in an immigration court, or if you have been given an “Immigration Hold” status whilst in custody, then it is imperative that you seek out Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee as soon as possible. There are many highly experienced lawyers who are well aware of different ways of successfully defending you against any deportation order/s. If you need deportation help please call us at 407-910-4770, or email us at email@example.com Some of the legal stratagems that can help you fend off that ominous deportation order include the following:
- Asylum Applications
If you are afraid that you are in any sort of danger in your home country, then it is quite possible that you may potentially qualify for relief from summary removal. However, your application has to be prepared by lawyers who are willing to offer Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee. Furthermore, it has to based on either outright asylum or other related grounds.
- Cancellation of Removal Proceedings (for Legal Permanent Residents)
If you are a legal permanent resident (LPR) and are already in possession of your green card but have committed a crime, then it is possible that you might be placed onto removal proceedings. If you feel that this has happened, then it is imperative to actively seek Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee as soon as possible.
Here it is pertinent to note that you might qualify for ‘Cancellation of Removal’ (COR) status, provided that you meet certain criteria with sound advice from Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee. The three core requirements are:
- Living in the US for at least seven years after being legally admitted (illegal aliens do not qualify, as per this cravat).
- Living for at least five years with permanent resident status as a green card holder, prior to committing a crime that has led to formal removal proceedings
- You must never have been convicted of any sort of “aggravated felony” related to any violations of immigration law
- Cancellation of Removal Proceedings (for Non- Legal Permanent Residents)
If you have not yet qualified for a green card as yet or are still undocumented, then immigration law provides a way out that will legally allow you to avoid your deportation. However, it is pertinent to note that it only applies in the rarest of cases and the criteria for eligibility are very difficult. They include:
- You must conclusively prove, without a shadow of doubt, that you have lived in the US for at least a decade.
- Your deportation will cause “exceptional and extremely unusual hardship” to your (common law) spouse, parent or child, who is either a United States citizen or at least a permanent resident.
It is very important that you do not apply for this form of COR proceedings without actively seeking Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee.
- You Can Also Apply for a U-Visa
It is very important to remember that it may sometimes be possible to avoid deportation proceedings, provided that you are legally eligible for a certain type of visa. Usually the most common type of visa that might help avoid removal proceedings would be the ‘U-visa.’
- This via is specifically given to people who fulfil the following conditions:
- Individuals have been victims of certain types of serious crimes
- Individuals who have suffered extremely serious as well as ongoing harm as a direct result of a serious crime
- Have reported a serious crime/s to the police
- The person has cooperated fully in bringing the perpetrator/s of the crime to justice
Here it is very important that you should seek Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee to see if you are eligible to apply for a U-visa. However, when applying for this visa you should do well to remember that a very important prerequisite of the U-visa is total and absolute cooperation with the law enforcement agencies and the prosecution. This is because they will have to certify that you have been fully cooperative before you may be deemed eligible for this visa.
- Adjustment of Your Status
If you are already married to either a US citizen, or a permanent resident or an immediate family member has filed a petition on your behalf, then you might be considered to be eligible to apply for a green card on your own.
Depending on your method of entry to the United States, it might be necessary to go back to your country of origin in order to have your green card processed by the American authorities. But this requirement is not always necessary, and you just might be eligible to an “adjustment in your status” to permanent residence right here in the United States. You will need to seek Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee to see whether you are actually eligible for such an adjustment to your status.
- Voluntary Departure from the US
After exhausting all legal resources, if you feel that you have absolutely no other viable option to your eventual deportation, then you can seek advice with regards to Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee.
These layers might convince the judge to let you leave on our own within a stipulated time frame. This way, you will be able to wrap up your commitments in the US and be saved from the infamy of an enforced deportation order.
There are also multiple waivers— 212(h) and 212(c)— for enforced deportation. These legal statutes allow people in certain situations to avoid their coming deportation. However, you will need Florida immigration deportation help in Kissimmee to see if any of these options are applicable to you.
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