There are numerous grounds on which an individual may be deported from the U.S. Generally, an individual may be deported if the person entered the U.S. without the appropriate authority, disobeys the terms of admission to the U.S., commits fraud or produces falsified documents when obtaining legal permanent residency or citizenship, either becomes involved with a prohibited organization or gets convicted of any one of a number of crimes, becomes what is referred to as a “public charge” after entering the U.S., or their application for asylum is rejected. Our attorneys specialize in defending noncitizens faced with such deportation orders.
The attorneys at Spar & Bernstein provide specialized strategies and tactics in order to seek remedies available to noncitizens faced with deportation or removal orders. This may include obtaining waivers of inadmissibility, the cancellation of removal for permanent or non-permanent residents, the suspension of deportation, an adjustment of status to permanent residence, asylum and withholding of removal, or legalization and registry.
Our team understands all aspects of defending clients facing deportation and advises clients on appropriate options that may be available to them. For example, a client may be eligible for a waiver of removal if it can be established that such a removal would cause extreme hardship to the individual, or their close family. With over 100 years of combined experience in this area of law, our firm provides tailored strategies to help clients involved in deportation and removal proceedings.