Removal & Bond Proceedings
There are many reasons people are placed into deportation or removal proceedings. Some may have entered the country without proper legal documentation (illegal aliens), overstayed the time authorized or have violated their terms of admission, such as working without authorization. Others may have Felonies or misdemeanor criminal convictions. Because of the complexity of the immigration laws and the procedural rules in Immigration Court, it is important to obtain legal representation.
When an alien is taken into custody, the USICE does have the option to release the alien. An alien must show that he or she does not pose a threat to national security or a bail risk. Factors to consider are previous arrests in the U.S., previous convictions, illegal entry into the U.S., employment status, participation in subversive activities, and the presence of relatives in the U.S. Some aliens are entitled to bond hearings in immigration court.
We represent immigrants and foreign visitors who are at risk for deportation or removal from the U.S. We have a thorough understanding of the deportation process, and represent individuals facing these problems. It is our number one priority to protect our clients’ best interest, and make sure no person is unjustly deported.
Personal Visits to Detainees at the Krome Detention Facility, Broward Transitional Center (BTC)
We are available to meet detainees personally at the detention facility to try to arrange for them to post bail and be released on bond.
Representation before the USCBP, the USICE, the BIA, and the EOIR
We are aggressive, and knowledgeable in deportation defenses. We regularly appear before judges in United States Immigration Courts. We represents clients before USCBP (United States Customs and Border Protection), the USICE (United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR).
We understand the worries, fears, and stress you and your family experience when faced with deportation. It is important to speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your individual situation.