The threat of deportation is overwhelming.
If you have received a Notice to Appear, you must contact an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible.
If you are not able to obtain your own attorney, the court will ensure that you have an attorney before setting your hearing date.
During court proceedings you will hear the charges being brought against you. It will be made clear why the government is recommending to deport or remove you from the country.
Even with the charges being brought you, the United States government treats all foreigners and aliens fairly and provides them with the best recourse to defend their case and possibly prevent deportation.
When you meet with your attorney for the first time, be sure to ask questions regarding the appeals process so that you will be familiar with each step of the way.
The reason why you are being deported is crucial to the success of your appeal.
If you are planning to appeal an immigration courts decision it’s important that you determine the time frame on your petition.
Many appeals must be filed within thirty days from the decision. Your attorney will make certain that you file any petitions or requests for waivers within the allotted time frame.