Removal Defense To Fight Deportation

At Hernandez & Associates, P.C., in Denver, our immigration attorneys know that the stakes are highest in any immigration case when someone faces the possibility of removal (deportation) from the United States. The difference between being able to stay in the U.S. and being separated from your family can come down to the legal help you get, and our attorneys are ready to help you or a loved one pursue every option available to stay in the United States.

What Are Your Options If You Or A Loved One Faces Deportation?

There are things we can do at each stage of immigration proceedings to increase your chances of being able to stay in the United States.

1. If your loved one has been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), we can help him or her be released on bond while removal proceedings are ongoing. In many cases, an immigration judge can grant bail for immigrants that allows them to stay out of jail while their cases unfold. Except in cases where someone is being held related to criminal charges involving violence or certain other crimes, an experienced lawyer can often convince judges to release people on bail. We can help.

2. We have experience convincing immigration judges to exercise discretion in letting our clients stay in the U.S. The government prioritizes deporting people who are repeat immigration law violators and people who have committed serious crimes and who may be a threat to public safety. In cases where our clients have been charged with minor offenses, or are first-time violators of immigration laws, we can make a strong argument for allowing our clients to remain in the country with their family and retain lawful status.

We represent clients throughout Colorado and people from across the country with ties to Colorado. If you or your loved one also faces criminal charges in addition to your immigration law needs, we can provide comprehensive legal representation.

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Don't leave the fate of your immigration status in the hands of a judge without getting experienced legal help. Contact our removal defense attorneys in Denver for a free consultation to discuss your case. Call 303-536-5134 or email us.

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