Schedule Your Consultation TodayKnow Your Rights 	Experience Matters

Areas of Practice


Contact Us
Read our new Law Blog
Pay Online

One Time Fee or Payment Plan

For clients who are paying a one time fee for the entire representation or for clients who are on a payment plan

Click Here

Hourly Work

For clients who are billed hourly and need to pay into the trust account

Click Here

Recent Posts in Removal Defense Category

The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Tunisian immigrant

The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of an immigrant from Tunisia Being a legal permanent resident doesn't make an individual immune from deportation. Under the Immigration and Nationality Act ...
Continue reading "The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Tunisian immigrant" »

Termination of Removal Proceedings

Termination of Removal Proceedings On November 20, 2014, the Secretary of Homeland Security ("Secretary") announced several immigration policy initiatives affecting a number of DHS programs. ...
Continue reading "Termination of Removal Proceedings" »

Fear of Deportation is Still Alive

FEAR OF DEPORTATION IS STILL ALIVE The number of deportations is still too high in the midst of President Obama's strugle to implement his executive action plan. According to the President's ...
Continue reading "Fear of Deportation is Still Alive" »

Immigration Reform

IMMIGRATION REFORM On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced he would exercise his right to issue an executive order (or memorandum) allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to temporarily ...
Continue reading "Immigration Reform" »

Removal Proceedings

Removal Proceedings What does it mean to be in removal proceedings? When the government has reasons to believe that a certain individual (an immigrant or non-immigrant) should not remain in the United ...
Continue reading "Removal Proceedings" »

Am I deportable?

Criminal grounds of removability/deportability Can I be deported if I have a conviction? Answer: Yes, if you are not a US Citizen, you may be placed in removal proceedings. Whether or not you will be ...
Continue reading "Am I deportable?" »