The Nuñez Firm handles all types of deportation defense cases in order to help the firm's clients avoid deportation. When the United States Department of Homeland Security wishes to deport or remove an alien from the United States, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") issues a Notice to Appear ("NTA"). After the NTA is issued, removal proceedings begin, and the immigration court has jurisdiction over the matter.
The immigration court with jurisdiction is generally located in the locale in which the alien resides. If immigration court proceedings are initiated against you or a loved one, it is very serious, and you should speak with an experienced immigration attorney. Aliens that choose to represent themselves are often outmatched by the government attorneys, and the aliens either make crucial mistakes or fail to realize when the government has made a mistake. Many aliens that choose to represent themselves give up hope on avoiding deportation and do not realize that some of the following relief options are available:
The Nuñez Firm has met too many aliens that tried to represent themselves, and realized how difficult and complicated the process was after it was too late. If you have received a Notice to Appear, a hearing notice or a removal/deportation order, contact The Nuñez Firm immediately. The Nuñez Firm has earned a reputation as a leader in deportation and removal defense. Managing attorney Jay Nuñez has helped countless clients avoid deportation, obtain green cards, asylum, cancellation of removal and 212(c) relief. He has helped his clients reopen their cases and had removal orders rescinded, and he has represented clients in their appeals.
Contact The Nuñez Firm to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.
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