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Orlando Deportation Defense Attorney

Deportation Proceedings in Orlando

There are several situations that commonly lead to a foreign national being threatened with deportation. The most prevalent of them include overstaying a visa, entering the country illegally or being arrested and convicted of a serious crime such as domestic violence, illegal possession of a firearm or drug possession. Law enforcement agencies at all levels, from the local police to the FBI, are working hard to remove anyone from the country who can be found in violation of immigration law. According to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) website, over 390,000 people were deported last year.

Deportation causes major disruption in the lives of everyone involved, for individuals and for employers. Most often, the deported person will not have the opportunity to apply for reentry to the United States. It is vital to take immediate action by contacting an aggressive Orlando immigration attorney upon issuance of a Notice to Appear (NTA) from ICE. There are methods for challenging any motion for removal, whether it is on the grounds of a criminal charge or if it is an administrative deportation. In many situations, ICE is working based on incomplete or incorrect information and it is possible to defeat the NTA. But even when the evidence is valid, it can often be argued that the deportation is unjust due to extenuating circumstances. When deportation has already been ordered by the court, there is still usually an option to seek a stay of removal from the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

Deportation Defense Lawyer in Orlando

When you need legal representation against an action for deportation, come to Maney & Gordon, P.A. Our firm is AV rated, and for over 35 years we have been dedicated to providing excellent service to both individuals and corporate clients. We can help you seek relief from deportation by using any of several effective strategies for this type of case. The Federal government is eager to act on any grounds for deportation, but by acting fast now, you can improve the chances of blocking the motion.

Contact an Orlando deportation defense attorney for experienced and aggressive representation against removal proceedings.

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