Find out how we can represent and be an advocate for you if you are facing deportation from the United States.
Going through immigration court proceedings can be a daunting experience. Finding compassionate, competent and experienced legal counsel is essential for a successful case. At DeMine Immigration, our attorneys have extensive courtroom experience and can advocate for you and your loved ones. From representation at immigration trials to filing appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals, DeMine Immigration will vigorously represent you and your family in your immigration case.
Types of Removal Defense
REPRESENTATION AT DEPORTATION HEARINGS
We can represent your case or petition at any US Courthouse in the United States.
CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL
Cancellation of removal is a form of immigration relief available to individuals who have been placed in removal proceedings before the United States Executive Office for Immigration Review.
Asylum is the legal protection afforded by the United States government to a person who can demonstrate a “well-founded fear of persecution” based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.
STAY OF REMOVAL
A Stay Of Removal is a temporary postponement, which prevents the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from carrying out an order of removal.
APPEALS TO THE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS
The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) reviews the decisions of the U.S. immigration courts, some decisions of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and immigration violation arrests by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. We can offer representation on your behalf to appeal decisions made by the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Waivers allow certain individuals who are family members of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs), and who are statutorily eligible for immigrant visas, to more easily navigate the immigration process. The provisional waiver process promotes family unity by reducing the time that eligible individuals are separated from their family members while they complete immigration processing abroad, while also improving administrative efficiency.
A U-Visa is a United States nonimmigrant visa which is set aside for victims of crimes (and their immediate family members) who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse and are willing to assist law enforcement and government officials in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity.
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT (VAWA)
The VAWA is a means for battered and abused spouses (and certain parents and children) to obtain a green card without the cooperation of the U.S. citizen or permanent resident relative who is abusing them.
SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE (SIJS)
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) (sometimes also written as Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) Status) is a special way for minors currently in the United States to adjust status to that of Lawful Permanent Resident despite unauthorized entry or unlawful presence in the United States, that might usually make them inadmissible to the United States and create bars to Adjustment of Status.
MOTIONS TO REOPEN
A motion to reopen allows immigrants who have lost their case in immigration court to submit new or modified facts to an immigration judge. If a motion to reopen is granted, the new facts to be proven at a hearing must be supported by affidavits or other exhibits.
RETAIN OUR FIRM
Sign a contract with our firm and receive a list of required documents, list of frequently asked questions and resources to guide you through your process.
PREPARING YOUR CASE FOR SUCCESS
With attention to detail, we ensure that every case is poised for success. Our clients are prepared for their immigration interviews and court hearings and know exactly what to expect throughout the process.
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Book a Consultation Now
The DeMine Immigration Law Firm is here to provide you with the best possible immigration representation. Our attorneys have significant experience handling removal defense cases and will work hard to ensure that your rights are protected. Schedule a consultation with us today to learn more about how we can help you.
Frequently Asked Question
What types of documents do I need to bring to my consultation?Bring any prior immigration filings/receipts with you. Bring any questions that you may have and write them down to ensure that all of your questions are answered during the consultation.
How long does it take to get my process started at the office?From the moment that you retain our firm and sign a contract, we give you a list of documents needed for your case and immediately begin working on your case. If your case involves the filing of immigration forms, we will send you an email for you to complete a questionnaire. This will enable us to complete your forms quickly. Once we have all of your documents, our turnaround time is between 1-2 weeks to get your packet ready for mail out.
Will the attorney answer questions without a consultation?Unfortunately, the attorney’s calendar does not allow time for answers to questions without a consultation. However, if your question is very simple, you can always email the attorney.
How long does the process take?This question will be answered by the attorney as processing times vary based on your process and your unique situation.
Can we hire at the time of consultation?Absolutely. If you believe that you would like to hire at the time of consultation, please bring your biographic documents (such as birth certificate, driver’s license, marriage certificate) with you at the time of the meeting.