Deportation Defense Attorney Los Angeles California
Any person who is in the territory of the United States may be subject to deportation proceedings. If this person is undocumented or with a visa or green card, still can be deported.
When you are in this situation, can not enter the United States:
- In at least five years, if it was an immediate expulsion.
- From 10-20 years, if deportation is issued by an immigration judge.
- or lifetime.
So if a person who has been previously deported, re-enter the territory of the United States, before the years that imposed a no return; would be committing a felony. Unless immigration authorities will grant a reentry permit before 5, 10 or 20 years.
Fortunately there are legal protections against the deportation, knowing how and when to use these shelters, makes the difference between being deported or being allowed to stay in this country or even get a "legal status". Attorney David Bagdasarian, has 20 years of experience in the practice of immigration law, their professionalism and experience make him the best choice when it comes to defending clients in removal proceedings.
Here are some common types of Legal Amparo available for those people who are facing deportation.
- Discretionary Relief
- Cancellation of Removal
- Adjustment of Immigration Status
- Administrative and Judicial Amparo (motion to reopen or reconsider a case or indefinite interruption Deportation)
- Administrative Appeals
- Judicial review
- Voluntary Departure
It is very important to consult an immigration lawyer as each individual case is different and the information shown, presents the general requirements.
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