Immigration Court and Deportation in Charlotte, North Carolina
Immigrant and deportation orders in Charlotte or western North Carolina require immediate legal advice to protect your rights and identity. Our versed immigration lawyers communicate the best action to take and keep clients informed throughout the entire legal process. We are located in Charlotte, but also welcome clients from all over the world and have bi-lingual attorneys who are fluent in Spanish and Chinese.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation with an immigration and deportation lawyer in the Charlotte area.
Immigration and Nationality Law Services
The North Carolina immigration lawyers at Johnson & Nicholson focus largely on immigration and nationality law cases. We provide comprehensive legal assistance needed to fight a deportation or removal order.
We also offer legal services and representation for criminal law cases aiding in deportation defense. Proactive and immediate consultation with us makes way for an effective deportation strategy and defense.
Legal Counsel for Violating Immigrations Law
In violation of immigration and criminal law, deportation from the United States is the most severe punishment.
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.
Eligibility for Deportation Relief
In order to find out if you are eligible for deportation relief, you will have to appear before an immigration judge who will make the decision about the severity of your offense and whether or not you can remain in the country. The judge in immigration court may consider factors such as the length of time you have lived in the United States, the lawful status of family members, your employment history, and other details.
Possible steps to achieve relief may include:
- Cancellation of removal through a waiver
- Adjustment of status
- Voluntary departure
- Withholding of removal
Consult with immigration attorneys at our firm now to find out if you are eligible for relief. Our services are personalized, efficient, and informative on topics regarding deportation.
What Results in Deportation Orders?
Common crimes resulting 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 immigration lawyers at our firm today for immigrant and deportation defense.