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If you or a family member are facing deportation (also called “removal”), there are many ways to have the removal order withheld or canceled. Although it may seem as though you have no options once removal proceedings have begun, an experienced deportation defense attorney can help you fight to remain in the United States.
At the Law Offices of Shamieh, Shamieh & Ternieden, we have helped thousands of clients over the course of over 45 combined years practicing law. Our legal team can act quickly to explore all available avenues of deportation defense in your particular situation. We understand how the laws work and can help you through each stage of the process.
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Options for Deportation Relief
As stated above, there are several ways to secure relief from deportation. One of the most common ways of halting deportation proceedings is securing cancellation of removal. In order to have a removal order canceled, you must meet certain requirements, including no criminal convictions. To learn more about this option for relief, visit our Cancellation of Removal page.
Fighting Against Deportation
Facing deportation is a stressful situation to be in. If you came illegally to the country or have a green card but facing deportation (because of some convictions) it is important to consult with deportation defense attorney for the best advice. The following are some other ways we can help you fight for your case and find deportation relief:
What are the other options for deportation relief?
- Asylum: In addition to cancellation of removal, you may be able to have a deportation order withheld if you seek asylum or relief under convention of torture. In order to be eligible for this form of relief, you must show that you have reason to fear returning to your home country for one of the five reasons accepted for asylum.
- Waiver: You may also be eligible for a waiver if you meet certain requirements. Typically, a waiver is appropriate if you have been convicted of a crime, have remained in the U.S. beyond your visa expiration date, or have been previously deported or removed.
- Voluntary Departure You may also find relief through voluntary departure, whether before removal proceedings have been completed or after they are finished.
For more information or to discuss your options with an experienced deportation defense lawyer in San Francisco, call the Law Offices of Shamieh, Shamieh & Ternieden today. We assist clients across the country from our offices in San Francisco and Sacramento and offer multilingual legal services.
We can be reached at (415) 300-2144 or online via our contact form.
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