Immigration Court and Deportation
Are you or a family member is facing deportation in the Charlotte, North Carolina area or in the surrounding communities? It is crucial that you seek professional legal help as soon as possible to protect your rights and safeguard your identity.
Johnson & Nicholson Specializes in Immigration and Nationality Law Representation
The North Carolina immigration lawyers at Johnson & Nicholson focus exclusively on immigration and nationality law cases and can provide the comprehensive legal assistance you need to fight a deportation or removal order.
We also offer legal services and representation for criminal law cases which often aids in deportation defense. The sooner you consult with us, the more effectively we can work toward your deportation defense
Violation of Immigrations Law and its Implications
If you violate an immigration criminal law, the most severe punishment you can suffer is being deported from the United States. If you are not a citizen of this country, even a minor infraction or criminal conviction can trigger deportation proceedings against you. You can also be placed in indefinite detention as part of the immigration custody.
However, you may be eligible for relief from removal. Possible steps that can be taken include:
- Cancellation of removal through a waiver
- Adjustment of status
- Voluntary departure
- Withholding of removal
To discuss your options, it is best to consult with the immigration attorneys at our firm and find out if you are eligible for relief. We provide personalized services and provide you quick answers and expert legal assistance you need in any deportation matter.
Am I Eligible for Relief?
You may be eligible to apply for relief from removal but first you will have to appear before an immigration judge who will make the decision about the severity of our offense and whether or not you can remain in this country. The Immigration Judge may consider a variety of factors in making this decision, including the length of time you have lived in the United States, the lawful status of your family members, your employment history etc.
What Results in Deportation Orders?
The most common crimes which can result in a deportation order include:
- Drug crimes
- Sex offenses
- Child endangerment
- Abuse of a minor
- Fraud crimes such as credit card fraud or visa or passport fraud
- Theft crimes
- Domestic violence
- Aggravated felonies such as murder or rape
- Weapon crimes, such as illegal possession of a gun
Contact the Immigration Lawyers at our firm today if you need deportation defense.