NYC Deportation Lawyer
Defending Clients Facing Deportation or Removal in Manhattan
Smotritsky Law Group, PLLC, we provide expert, effective legal services for immigrants worldwide.
Our deportation lawyer in NYC has developed an in-depth understanding
of both U.S.
immigration law and the unique difficulties immigrants face, especially those involving
deportation. We are equipped and ready to help you fight threats of removal
and protect your status in the United States.
Are you facing deportation or removal? Call Smotritsky Law Group, PLLC
today at (212) 969-8570 or
contact us online to schedule a meeting with our deportation attorney in NYC! We offer services
Spanish, & Russian.
What To Do When Facing Deportation
If you have been detained and threatened with deportation, you may have
several potential arguments that could help you remain in the United States.
One way to effectively contest deportation proceedings is to prove that
you are not removable. For example, if you are a
lawful permanent resident and have not violated any of the terms of your residency, the government
may not have sufficient grounds to deport you.
Can You Stop a Removal Proceeding?
Stopping a removal proceeding will be more difficult if you entered the
U.S. unlawfully, overstayed your visa, or violated the terms of your immigration
status. If you are removable for these reasons, there are circumstances
under which the government may grant relief from deportation.
You may, for example, be eligible for
asylum status or a
waiver, and our deportation lawyers in NYC have the skills and experience needed
to fight for these forms of relief on your behalf.
Offenses & Mistakes that Can Lead to Deportation Proceedings
Depending on your immigration status, there are a variety of crimes that
can put you at risk of being deported:
- Crimes of moral turpitude, such as rape, drunk driving, or domestic abuse
- Aggravated felonies, such as engaging in child pornography, theft, or murder
- Falsely claiming that you are an American citizen
- Failure to notify USCIS of a change of name, address, or other critical
- Any other crime listed in 8 USC § 1227
Contact our NYC deportation defense lawyer today to start your defense!