Are you currently facing deportation or removal and seeking immigration defense to stay in the United States? Immigration laws are very strict and if you are believed to have committed a crime, overstayed your visa, or entered the country illegally, you could find yourself in trouble. At Arnaout Immigration Law Firm, we defend individuals like yourself against deportation and removal proceedings with individualized attention.
We have years of experience and a dedication to helping with stressful immigration issues. Our Glendale immigration lawyer and skilled legal team are prepared to thoroughly investigate your individual issue in order to develop an aggressive legal strategy. The attorneys at Arnaout Immigration Law Firm stay current on trends in immigration law in order to provide detailed and thoughtful representation to our clients.
In order to seek protection from deportation or removal proceedings, you must choose a firm who focuses on immigration issues. Our Glendale deportation attorney has the knowledge and experience with immigration law you need on your side. We regularly represent immigrants before Immigration Courts, fighting for their right to stay in the country.
Removal proceedings start when you receive a Notice to Appear (NTA). This document explains the legal reasons why ICE believes you (the “respondent”) entered the U.S. illegally or why they believe your presence in the U.S. is unauthorized.
Within 1 - 4 weeks of receiving the notice, you will then receive a notice from the immigration court. Here, you will find instructions about your master calendar hearing (MCH) will be. This is also referred to as the initial hearing and usually lasts about 15 minutes. It may take place from a few months to a year after you receive the NTA.
Make note of the date and time of your MCH. Do not miss it. If you do, an automatic order of removal may be issued against you, and you may not be able to return to the U.S. with any type of visa for 10 years.
After the MCH, the immigration court will schedule an individual hearing (merit hearing). These usually last four hours or more. For these types of hearings, it is important to have an experienced immigration lawyer by your side to defend you.
We understand just how scary and overwhelming it can feel to be threatened with deportation or removal, especially if you do not know who to turn to. Our firm is here to offer you compassionate and understanding representation and guidance. We can explore every avenue of defense which may be available to you, working to keep your family together.
You can rely on us to handle your case with the utmost care and provide you with personalized attention. Our Glendale deportation and removal defense attorney is prepared to answer your questions and address all concerns.
To set up aconsultation, contact us at (818) 276-9900.