Immigration support — removals and deportation

On a recent morning, you walked out to your mailbox to get the mail. One envelope stood out from the rest. Upon returning to your Louisiana home, you were shocked to see that the contents of the envelope included a Notice to Appear. This is typically the first step the U.S. Government initiates when activating immigration removal proceedings.

Perhaps that is not exactly how events unfolded in your life, but you are facing similar immigration problems. There are many reasons why the government may have flagged your case for potential removal. It might have something to do with your marriage to a U.S. citizen or the expiration of an I-94. Whatever the underlying issues might be, it is always best to seek immediate legal support if you receive a Notice to Appear for an immigration hearing.

Find support from someone with immigration litigation experience

There are many attorneys in Louisiana. However, not all of them are well-versed in U.S. immigration laws or court proceedings regarding immigration-related issues. To protect your interests in the best way possible, you’ll want to seek consultation with a legal team that understands the plight of being flagged for removal. Especially if your case pertains to a Stokes interview (questioning the legitimacy of a marriage), an experienced immigration attorney can explain the process, including what types of questions your interviewer might ask.

Whether you are seeking asylum, have been staying in Louisiana on a visa, are married to a U.S. citizen or are dealing with another immigration issue, if you have received a Notice to Appear, you may be at risk for deportation. Ware Immigration provides strong support to foreign nationals throughout the Gulf South. You can schedule a consultation to obtain help in determining the best course of action for your case.