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Stay of Removal
Stay of Removal

If you are a non-citizen and are presently facing deportation or have just been ordered deported, you may want to postpone your physical removal while you attempt to get your case reopened or reconsidered. A stay of removal (deportation) is an order that tells the Department ...

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