Experienced Florida Immigration Attorney Supports You on Matters of Deportation and Removal
We help prevent removal of you or your loved one from the US
When you face deportation or removal from the United States because of legalities, the prospect of having your family torn apart is overwhelming. Whether you or a loved one is confronted by this situation, you need an experienced, compassionate, and knowledgeable legal team on your side.
Deportation can occur for a variety of reasons that include the following:
When an immigrant enters the country illegally
If a visitor overstays his or her visa or no longer meets the visa requirements (e.g., someone with a student visa who is no longer in school)
When a legal immigrant violates certain immigration laws
If a legal permanent resident is convicted of certain crimes, or found to be involved in smuggling, trafficking, or terrorist activity
Whatever the reason, if you or someone you love is facing deportation proceedings, there is a strong possibility they will be forced to leave the country if they proceed without committed, effective deportation defense.
Successful experience handling a wide range of deportation and removal cases
At Bassey Immigration Law Center, our talented immigration law team represents individuals and families who need assistance with deportation and removal cases in Florida and throughout the United States. We have experience handling cases for people from all over the world. Our team can help you with a wide range of immigration issues that include the following:
Representation in Immigration Court
Representation in Bond Hearings
DHS Detainer (ICE Hold)
Motion to Reopen
Motion to Reconsider
Motion to Stay Deportation
Cancellation of Removal for Certain Permanent Residents (EOIR-42A)
Cancellation of Removal and Adjustment of Status for Certain Non-Permanent Residents (EOIR-42B)
Adjustment of status
Relief under former section 212(c)
Waivers of Deportability
Under Section 237 (a) (1) (H) (fraud/misrepresentation at the time of admission), and
Under Section 237 (a) (1) (E) (iii) (smuggling of spouse or child)
Waivers of inadmissibility
under Section 212(h) (crimes)
under Section 212 (i) (fraud/misrepresentation), and
212 (k) (innocent ineligibility)
Asylum, Withholding of Removal and Convention Against Torture relief
Voluntary Departure in lieu of a Removal Order
Requests for Prosecutorial Discretion
How to fight deportation and removal
There are a number of ways to fight deportation, which include challenging the fact that you are even deportable. The goal in this case would be to prove that the government has made a mistake. The government must produce the necessary documentation and prove the facts behind your deportation.
Even if you or your loved one already faces deportation proceedings, you can request an adjustment of your status to that of legal immigrant and thus avoid being deported. In such circumstances, you would need to qualify for a Green Card, asylum, or other types of relief.
Work with a Florida immigration attorney
The first thing you need to do when facing deportation or removal is to pick up the phone and connect with an experienced Florida immigration attorney. Every member of our team at Bassey Immigration Law Center has personal experience with the immigration process, so we understand the stress you are under and the importance of resolving this situation quickly and efficiently.
Paying for an attorney can make your situation even more stressful. We do our best to minimize such stress by handling most immigration cases on a flat fee basis. We also offer affordable payment plans to limit the financial impact the case has on your life.
Call Bassey Immigration Law Center for help protecting yourself or your loved ones from deportation
At Bassey Immigration Law Center, we are here to offer you personalized legal representation and will do everything we can to keep you and your loved ones together. When you need help fighting against deportation or removal, contact us by calling our Tampa office at 813-600-3340 or our Clearwater office at 727-408-5170, or contact us online to speak with a Florida immigration lawyer today.