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Do You Have Questions on How to Stop Removal Proceedings?

When attending a deportation or removal hearing in front of an Immigration Judge, you should ensure that a knowledgeable and experienced deportation defense attorney accompanies you in the courtroom. This is because most government attorneys have probably handled hundreds or thousands of deportation cases.

If you are represented by an inexperienced attorney in deportation defense, the chances of you losing that case are high. A lot of people do not take their time to search for the best (experienced) deportation defense attorney who will represent them in their removal case. To the contrary, they find cheap attorneys and some appear before the judge without a lawyer. This can be a disaster as you are setting a record in the presence of an Immigration Judge.

In case you lose and appeal the Judge’s decision, the record is already set by you or your failed attorney for the appeal. Exhibits and hearing transcripts are contained in the record of proceedings, including a copy of any application that you submitted either by yourself or through your representative.

How to Win a Deportation Case

Failure to make a good record may even make it difficult for the new deportation lawyer to claim victory during the appeal. The BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals) conducts its operations from Falls Church, Virginia. The Board does not see nor hear from you. They look at your printed record, the Immigration Judge’s decision, and the legal briefs of the attorneys. In case of an unfavorable BIA ruling you have the option to appeal in Federal Court. Yet, again, the record of the previous proceedings is heavily relied on by Federal Court as well.

The U.S holds thousands of immigrants who are eligible for deportation relief. Unfortunately, some of them are not in a position to make bail while others have been detained without bail. Knowing your rights is vital in immigration detention and representation matters.

Please click below for different types of immigration relief available to those in immigration court (EOIR) proceedings:

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