Few scenarios are more frightening than to face deportation from the country that has become your new home!
Here at Alexandre Law, we pride ourselves in our ability to get results for our clients even when it seems like there is nothing that can be done. The government might be trying to deport you because you don’t have the legal right to remain in this country. Or, you might be in deportation proceedings because a mistake you made resulted in a criminal conviction. Yes, even Green card holders can be and are deported! What many people do not know is that there are solutions in many of these cases.
Cancelation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents
Special relief, known as 212(c), for convictions on or before 1996
Cancelation of Removal for Non Legal Permanent Residents (aka Ten Year Green card)
Adjustment or Readjustment of Status
Waiver for criminal convictions known as a 212(h) waiver
Asylum, Withholding of Removal, or Convention Against Torture (CAT)
Prosecutorial discretion and administrative closure