Removal & Deportation Defense

Non-citizens who are present in the United States without lawful immigration status are often put into removal proceedings in a U.S. Immigration Court. Failure to present a strong defense usually results in deportation. Individuals who have a path to lawful status may file the relevant immigration applications and argue for dismissal of the removal charges against them. Those who do not have a path to immigration may nonetheless be eligible for discretionary relief such as administrative closure of the removal proceedings, or may request Voluntary Departure to voluntary leave the United States without a removal order on their record.