Deportation can be a frightening experience, especially if you don't have the correct information or resources. But there are ways to fight back and prevent deportation from happening.
1. Protection Programs
If you are facing possible deportation in the future, certain protection programs may be available to you depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, such as asylum, withholding of removal, or temporary protected status. These programs offer protection from deportation and can sometimes provide other assistance, such as temporary work authorization.
Determining if you qualify for one of these programs requires careful consideration of the relevant facts and laws applicable to your situation. Consulting with a qualified immigration attorney could ensure that all available options have been explored and benefits assessed so as not to miss an opportunity that could very well end your worries about losing your right to live and work in the U.S.
2. Filing for a Form of Legal Status
Seeking legal residence in the U.S. can be a complex and often lengthy process, but it is possible to start the process of applying for a green card or alternative form of legal status with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) if you qualify. The type of application, forms, and evidence you need will depend on your current immigration status, application purpose, and other factors, such as work history, financial status, and whether family members intend to join you. All applications must include supporting documents in the specified format; otherwise, they may be rejected.
3. Working With an Immigration Lawyer
With deportation cases becoming increasingly complex, it is prudent to enlist the assistance of knowledgeable immigration lawyers. The experienced immigration attorneys at Murray Osorio PLLC specialize in this law area. We provide invaluable knowledge and advice, helping you find your situation's most favorable outcome. We are well-versed in immigration law and will do our best to find a way to prevent your deportation.
If you are facing deportation or are concerned you may be targeted for deportation, reach out to Murray Osorio PLLC right away. (800) 929-7142