Immigration Alternatives And Court Proceedings
Many people seeking immigration solutions find that they do not fit into the basic programs that this country offers, or they are facing unique circumstances that could result in removal and deportation proceedings. The immigration laws in the United States are extremely complex and change frequently, so it is critical to work with lawyers who have a thorough understanding of immigration alternatives and court proceedings.At Ware | Immigration, we possess more than 50 years of experience and a commitment to client-centered service. With offices in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as Florida, Seattle, Washington and Centennial, we are a preeminent immigration firm in the southern United States, helping clients throughout the world find the immigration solutions they need.
US Immigration Court Process
With more than 50 years of experience focusing on immigration exclusively, we can help you with a number of important immigration matters, including:
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a process for avoiding removal and deportation and obtaining work authorization. Those who are in the country illegally, arrived before they turned 16 years old, arrived before June 15, 2007 and meet other requirements can obtain DACA, which would prevent them from being removed and deported.
- Removal and deportation: Removal is the process by which noncitizens are deemed ineligible to remain in the country and are deported. This can happen as a result of being in the country illegally or bring convicted of certain crimes.
- Immigration consequences of criminal convictions: Unless you have been through the naturalization process and become a United States citizen, criminal convictions can alter your status and make you removable or deportable. It is critical to understand the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction.
- Motions to reopen and appeals: A motion to reopen provides an option to have an unfavorable immigration decision reversed, usually based on facts previously unavailable (new facts) that could alter the decision.
- Administrative appeals and federal litigation: When labor certifications, visa, and change of status applications are denied, an appeal may be an option to keep alive the possibility of obtaining your immigration goals.
- Asylum, TPS, VAWA and other forms of humanitarian relief: There are a number of important options, depending on the circumstances, for people who are in the United States fleeing persecution from their home countries. View our additional information regarding asylum and discuss your options with an experienced lawyer from our firm.