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Law Offices Of Robert M. Bell | Immigration And Nationality Attorneys

Our Deportation Defense Services

Deportation is a major worry for green card holders and undocumented individuals. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is known for aggressive actions. However, deportation is still a legal process, and you can still get assistance if you’re facing it.

At Robert M. Bell, P.A., we are a dedicated team of attorneys and immigration professionals who are dedicated to protecting our clients across Hollywood and South Florida. We care deeply about the worries and legal obstacles you are facing, and we are here to help secure your ability to stay in the United States.

What Is The Deportation Process?

The first step in the deportation process is detainment. This is when ICE takes the individual into custody. Typically, those taken into custody fall into three categories:

  • People accused of criminal activity: Anyone arrested for a crime, on trial or convicted
  • People considered dangerous: People deemed a public danger
  • Those who violate their visas: Including overstaying a visa or breaking the conditions of a green card

Once detained, an individual will face the reasons for their deportation in court. However, we can intervene to enact an effective defense.

Defenses Against Deportation

Your defense against deportation can involve any of a number of options, but it all depends on your individual circumstances. An immigration and deportation lawyer can help you:

  • Find viable visa options that you didn’t realize applied to you
  • Prove that your criminal charges and arrest were mistaken
  • Prove that you will face hardships in your home country

Any instance of an expedited removal tends to move quickly, so you have to turn to experienced, knowledgeable attorneys to help you secure the outcome you need at this time. You want a team that can fight against your deportation.

What Happens If You Lose Your Deportation Hearing?

Your legal team has to move quickly to file an appeal of a deportation order. Appeals are by no means a guarantee, but you do have options. However, you will need to trust in your legal team’s ability to fight for you.

We understand the pressure you’re under and are ready to get to work for you. Call us today at 954-400-3156 or send us an email.