04. Removal Defense (Immigration Court)
If you or a loved one is in immigration court (removal proceedings), it is important to work with an attorney. Being in immigration court can be intimidating. Having an attorney by your side who can help you through the process is critical.
Removal proceedings begin when the Department of Homeland Security issues a document called the Notice to Appear. This document states why the government believes a person is deportable from the United States. If a person is found to be deportable by an immigration judge, that person will have the opportunity to seek immigration relief before the immigration judge to determine if he or she can remain in the United States.
Bhagat Immigration Law will work with you to determine if there is any defense to the charges of deportation in the Notice to Appear and if not, to determine what types of immigration relief you may be eligible for before the immigration court.
Cancellation of Removal
Adjustment of Status
Termination based on prosecutorial discretion or other immigration status
Motions to Reopen/Reconsider