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Deportation Defense

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Deportation is the formal removal of a foreign national from the United States when the person has been found removable for violating the immigration laws. Deportation is ordered by an immigration judge without any punishment being imposed or contemplated.

The removal process usually begins with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issuing a Notice to Appear (NTA).

This document states your name and the country in which you were born, orders you to appear before an Immigration Judge (IJ), and gives you other information, such as:

  • Why you’re being ordered to appear;
  • How you allegedly broke the law; and
  • The consequences of your failure to appear at the hearing.

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Relief from Removal

If you, a family member, or loved one find yourself in removal proceedings or deportation, you want a reliable and knowledgeable representation because a non-citizen normally receives only one chance to prove that he/she should not be deported. You need an experienced deportation defense attorney like Anna A. Korneeva, who will fight for you as the consequences of an order of removal can be severe.

Examples of forms of relief from removal or deportation:

Cancellation of removal (EOIR-42A and EOIR-42B);
Relief under former section 212(c);
Adjustment of status;
Voluntary departure in lieu of a removal order.
Waivers of inadmissibility (I-601) under 212(h) (crimes), 212 (i) (fraud/misrepresentation), and 212 (k) (innocent ineligibility);
Waivers of deportability under 237 (a) (1) (H) (fraud/misrepresentation at the time of admission) and 237 (a) (1) (E) (iii) (smuggling of spouse or child);
Asylum, withholding of removal, and Convention Against Torture relief; and

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Immigration Bonds

If a family member, friend or loved one has been arrested and detained by Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), he or she has the right to contact an immigration lawyer. The experienced immigration attorney at Anna Korneeva Law may be able to intervene in order to seek relief from immigration detention.

Immigrants who are not classified as arriving aliens or terrorists are generally allowed to seek bond as long as they are not classified as aggravated felons under the federal immigration guidelines.

A bond is a guarantee to show up in court. Many people are worried about the cost of an immigration bond, but as in any criminal case, you will get the money back, as long as the bonded individual appears at all required court proceedings.

When we are contacted by clients seeking immigration bonds we initially proceed to determine the client’s eligibility, and if it appears the client may be eligible for bond, then we proceed to file a Motion for Bond Hearing for the immigrant and schedule the hearing for the earliest possible date before the appropriate immigration judge.

Immigration judges take a number of factors into account when determining the amount of immigration bonds.

Factors for determining immigration
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Immigration Bond Hearing Lawyer

Bond hearings are separate from immigration cases, but it is helpful to work with an attorney who can competently handle both.

Highly experienced immigration bond hearing attorney,  Anna Korneeva has represented numerous clients in immigration bond hearings and will work to help you negotiate favorable bond terms.

Immigration bonds can often be negotiated with a respective immigration office or officer prior to an individual being transported to an immigration detention facility. It is important that you contact us as soon as an arrest takes place, as actions must be taken quickly to prevent the immigrant from being transported from the state detention facility to the federal detention facility.

If a family member, friend or loved one has been detained in immigration custody, please contact the experienced and aggressive deportation defense lawyer at Anna Korneeva Law.

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