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Boston Removal and Deportation Defense Attorney

Nomos Law Group can help you in times of trouble by building your deportation defense.


Removal and Deportation in Boston

Getting lawful permanent residence status in the United States takes time and effort. You have to qualify based on work or family relations. Next, you need to submit a proper petition explaining you will move to the country.

If the petition is for work, you will also need a labor certificate.

It takes months or even years to get a green card that allows you to stay and work in the country. Considering all that, there is one thing that most green card holders fear: deportation.

What Are Removal and Deportation?

Deportation means you are getting kicked out of the country. You did something that the government sees as conduct unbecoming of someone in the country and decides that you have to exit the country to protect its citizens.

Removal is the official term for deportation. The courts will issue a removal order against someone who is now an illegal alien in the country.

Getting deported can have lasting effects. Most of the time, you will no longer get to come back into the country. Anyone who has an American dream would not want to go through this.

Why You Can Get Deported

The main reason U.S. authorities would order deportation is that the foreigner did something illegal or unacceptable. The government won’t take a chance with someone who committed illegal acts. So instead, they choose to deport troublemakers.

Several situations or acts can get you deported. These include:

  • Committing and being convicted of aggravated felonies, like murder, drug trafficking, child pornography, money laundering, and theft
  • Convicted of domestic violence, child abuse, or neglect
  • Violating immigration laws like overstaying on a nonimmigrant visa in the past
  • Committing fraudulent activities, such as making misstatements on official documents

The likelihood of deportation would depend on the severity of the offense.

Deportation Defense Strategy

You have the right to defend yourself. There are options you can take to avoid getting deported and wasting all that hard work you have put into creating your life in the United States.

The best course of action is to find a removal and deportation defense attorney who knows the law. At Nomos Law Group, we have an experienced team who can help you through:

  • Bond hearings
  • Immigration court appearances
  • Cancellation of removal
  • ICE custody release
  • Submitting appeals
  • Seeking asylum

If you are facing removal and deportation, you must find the right team as soon as you can. Contact our Boston removal and deportation defense attorney today if you require consultation with your case.

 

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Why Choose Nomos Law Group?

  • Free Consultation With an Attorney – You will discuss your immigration needs directly with an attorney during a free 30-minute consultation.
  • Communicate in Your Native Language – Our lawyers and support staff speak English, Portuguese, Spanish, Greek, and French, so you do not have to worry about communication barriers.
  • Experience in All Immigration Matters – We help individuals, families, and businesses with all immigration matters, including citizenship, work-based green cards, and deportation.
  • Reliable Immigration Results – Immigration is our sole focus, allowing us to devote time and resources to finding solutions to your issues.
  • We Put the Client First – Our clients are our top priority, meaning that they come first and everything else is secondary.
  • Compassionate Legal Services – Our attorneys and staff members are compassionate and sensitive to immigration issues and treat each client with the respect they deserve.

Timeline Of Deportation

The timeline for a deportation case would depend on the situation. There are cases where the process is expedited, and the removal order is given in just a few weeks. In most cases, it would take two to three years before the court reaches its final decision.

When a removal order is issued, the person will not be deported right away. Some factors come into play, like the laws of the receiving country or even the distance.

How A Removal And Deportation Defense Attorney Can Help

A removal case threatens your opportunity to stay and work in the United States. The best course of action is to have a strong defense.

Nomos Law Group has experienced removal and deportation defense attorneys who can help you through this tough time. We will assess your case and create a strategy on how best to face the situation. We will work with you for the best outcome.

Contact us today for a consultation on your removal and deportation case.

Professional Associations

American Immigration Lawyers Association
Law Society of Ontario

Why Nomos Law Group LLC?

Nomos Law Group L.L.C. is a law firm that focuses on immigration law, with commitment, dedication, compassion and responsibility.

Our mission is to help individuals, families and businesses with the following immigration solutions for: family migration, asylum, citizenship and naturalization, work-based green card, temporary work visas, deportation and removal advocacy, visa change, visas students and visitors, and all other issues related to immigration.

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