Deportation and Removal Defense

If you are living in the United States and are served with a removal notice, you may be feeling helpless and vulnerable. You may face the threat or reality of being held in ICE immigration detention. The thought of leaving your family and job is difficult to digest. Do not lose hope. At The Quinn Law Firm, we understand that a lot is at stake. We can help you explore various options to avoid removal from the country.

Contact our law firm at 336-790-4178 or 877-781-8091 if you are seeking deportation and removal defense for you or a family member. We provide compassionate and dedicated service to people in need.

Greensboro Immigration Lawyer

The Quinn Law Firm serves clients throughout North Carolina with their various immigration needs. We provide you support when you are met with troubling situations such as removal. Immigrants may be placed in removal proceedings for a number of reasons. Grounds for removal and deportation include:

  • Inadmissibility at the time of entry or adjustment of status
  • Violating terms of your visa or green card
  • Falsifying documents
  • Committing marriage fraud
  • Committing a felony
  • Unauthorized entry, or helping another person enter the country illegally

Our skilled lawyer Nancy Quinn is knowledgeable and experienced in handling immigrant removal proceedings. No matter what grounds got you placed in removal proceedings, she will diligently work hard to provide you a solid defense.

Exploring Various Options to Avoid Deportation

You do not need to accept the fact that you are in removal. We can explore all the potential options to help get you out, so that you can go back to living the life you built in the U.S.

One option we can explore is to investigate old paperwork as supporting evidence. Perhaps you or your parent began the visa application process, but had to wait for a visa to become available. You may have forgotten about the application, or ended up in removal about the same time the visa becomes available. Depending on why you are in removal, the court will then make a decision.

Sometimes, voluntary departure may be the only option. Although you will not be allowed to stay in the United States under voluntary departure, you may not be barred from returning. Learn more about what our attorney can do to help you when you are in removal proceedings.

Put Your Trust in The Quinn Law Firm

For a free consultation with an experienced immigration attorney, call 336-790-4178 or 877-781-8091. You can also contact us online for deportation and removal defense services.