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Deportation and Transfer

Deportation is the greatest fear of anyone living in the country in illegal status, which means having to leave the country and additionally having to face the probability of not being able to return to the U.S. for a long period of time after being deported. Deportation may result from a violation of any of the immigration laws. Deportation can also occur when someone is sentenced for some other crime still under legal status in the United States.

However, the most important thing to remember is that Deportation is not an event – it is a process. Monty & Ramirez can help you throughout this process.

Before being deported out of the country, a transfer process is scheduled to determine whether or not you are forced to leave the country. Monty & Ramirez can represent you at your transfer hearing and help you identify your options to avoid deportation. Our attorneys have years of experience representing clients who are in the process of transfer or who are facing deportation in Houston, Dallas, and Forth Worth, Texas. Let us help you explore your options and hopefully we find a way for you to stay in the United States.

How can we help you in cases of Removal and Deportation in Houston?

Monty & Ramirez can provide you with the best legal knowledge you need to obtain the best possible outcome if you or a loved one is facing removal or deportation. Our attorneys can assist you with:

  • Bonding Motions: If your transfer case is pending, you could go on bonding and continue living with your family in the United States until the date of your transfer hearing.
  • Transfer Hearings: You will receive a Notice to appear at your hearing and must appear before an immigration judge who will listen to your arguments as well as arguments from the government agency seeking your deportation.
  • Asylum Cases: If you are eligible for asylum, you could avoid deportation.
  • Status Adjustment Case: Explain to the court why you should be able to submit a status adjustment application to a court.
  • Cancellation of Transfer: You can discuss with the immigration court the cancellation of your transfer for either permanent or non-permanent residence and you can try to discuss your immigration status so that it can be changed based on the number of years in which you have been present in the United States, family ties in the United States, and the hardship that would be caused to you or your USC or LPR family members if you were deported.
  • Implications to the Immigration Council: If you do not believe that the outcome of your case was fair or if you think that the law was not followed as it should, we will help you implore the decision that was made.

These are just a few of the different ways we can help you and/or your family if you are facing deportation or have a pending transfer case. Immigration law can be somewhat complex and the risk can be very high when you face the risk of being deported, so you need a lawyer with a high knowledge of immigration law.

Get Legal Help

At Monty & Ramirez, our attorneys care about our clients and we understand how frustrating it can be when facing deportation. We will keep you informed as to how your case is being processed by providing status reports online and communicating with you on a regular basis. We are here to help and we want to put into practice our legal knowledge to help you stay in the country or at least avoid deportation and the consequences that it brings.

Call or contact us online today and learn more about how we can help you with your Houston deportation and relocation case. At Monty & Ramirez, we know what works.®

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