People can be placed in deportation or removal proceedings for several reasons. They may have entered the U.S. without having proper legal documents (illegal aliens), stayed beyond the authorized time or been found in violation of terms of admission (perhaps working without any authorization). In other cases, the person has a history of felony or misdemeanor convictions. It is important to consult a legal representative due to complex immigration laws and procedural laws found in the Immigration Court.
If an alien is taken into custody, there is no option for the USICE to release the person. The alien has to show they are not a bail risk or threat to national security. Several factors are taken into consideration: prior arrests and/or convictions in the U.S., entering the U.S. illegally, status of employment, taking part in subversive activities, and whether relatives are already in the U.S. Sometimes, aliens have the chance for bond hearings in immigration courts.
The office of attorney Ayesha Chaudry represents foreign visitors and immigrants at risk for deportation or removal from the U.S., and we thoroughly understand the process of deportation. We represent people on a daily basis who face such problems and our primary priority is to protect the client’s best interests, making sure no one is deported unjustly.