What Are Common Grounds For Deportation Or Removal From The US?
The common grounds for deportation or removal from the US are unlawful presence in the US due to entering illegally, overstaying a visa, committing certain crimes, and obtaining a visa fraudulently. If a non-US citizen has a criminal record, they should definitely speak to an immigration attorney who has experience with interpreting the impact of criminal records on immigration. This is a complex area of the law for which entire books have been written…Read More
What Can Be Done To Stop My Removal Proceeding?
If someone is facing removal proceedings, they should first determine whether or not there is a way to have the proceedings terminated. There are different grounds for that, and this is an area where the law is constantly changing…Read More
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