Removal Defense Deportation FAQ

///Removal Defense Deportation FAQ

What is Reinstatement of Removal?

2016-11-11T21:38:55+00:00

  Reinstatement of removal is a summary removal procedure pursuant to § 241(a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.  Generally, the reinstatement statute applies to noncitizens who return to the U.S. illegally after having been [...]

What is Reinstatement of Removal?2016-11-11T21:38:55+00:00

What is Expedited Removal?

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Expedited removal is the process by which a non-U.S. citizen can be denied entry and physically removed from a U.S. Port of Entry after seeking admission to the U.S.  These orders are issued by U.S. [...]

What is Expedited Removal?2016-11-11T21:38:51+00:00

My husband was taken into immigration custody. I was told to ask for cancellation of removal. What is this?

2016-11-11T21:38:46+00:00

There are three different categories for cancellation of removal.  This is part of deportation and removal defense. The first is for lawful permanent residents. They must prove (a) they have been a lawful permanent resident [...]

My husband was taken into immigration custody. I was told to ask for cancellation of removal. What is this?2016-11-11T21:38:46+00:00

What Makes a Crime an “Aggravated Felony”?

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An offense need not be “aggravated” or a “felony” in the place where the crime was committed to be considered an “aggravated felony” for purposes of federal immigration law. Instead, an “aggravated felony” is any [...]

What Makes a Crime an “Aggravated Felony”?2016-11-11T21:38:33+00:00

What happens if my application for U.S. citizenship is denied?

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If your application for U.S. citizenship is denied, you have the right to request a hearing with a higher immigration officer, otherwise known as an “administrative appeal.”  Your request must be made within 30 days [...]

What happens if my application for U.S. citizenship is denied?2016-11-11T21:14:37+00:00

What happens if my application for lawful permanent residence is denied?

2016-11-11T21:14:35+00:00

If your application for lawful permanent residence is denied, the government normally will refer your case to Immigration Court for removal proceedings. Once the hearings start, you can revive your application for permanent residence and [...]

What happens if my application for lawful permanent residence is denied?2016-11-11T21:14:35+00:00

What are the benefits of receiving Withholding of Removal?

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The primary benefit is that you can stay in the U.S. You will get work authorization. You can receive government benefits for up to seven years, just like asylees. Unlike asylum, however, you cannot: adjust [...]

What are the benefits of receiving Withholding of Removal?2018-10-24T09:27:44+00:00

Am I eligibile for an immigration bond or immigration bail?

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Your eligibility for a bond (otherwise known as bail) depends on a variety of factors, including how you entered the U.S., any legal status you presently hold, and any convictions that would automatically make you [...]

Am I eligibile for an immigration bond or immigration bail?2016-11-11T21:14:31+00:00

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