The AssociatedPress reports that immigrants who received deportation orders but were allowed to stay in the United States under the Obama administration have become a target under President Donald Trump’s new immigration policies, with some getting arrested during check-ins with immigration officers. In other instances, immigrants with deportation orders have been released, much like they were during President Barack Obama’s administration, in what immigration attorneys say appears to be a random series of decisions based more on detention space than public safety.
Our national deportation law firm will help with any removal case anywhere in the U.S. Our deportation attorneys have been providing deportation defense for nearly 30 years. Our immigration attorneys will appear with you in all immigration court appearances. Of course this will include the initial or master calendar hearing.
Laws and regulations are changing all the time. Winning a deportation hearing takes years of experience. There are multiple grounds on what makes you removable from the U.S. If you are in immigration detention, our national immigration law firm can prepare and argue a motion for bond redetermination to get you out. We can also argue and submit during trial all the necessary evidence to try to win a cancellation of removal case. Even if you lose in immigration court, we can try to appeal the case to the board of immigration appeals.
Word has been issued that the very first day that President-Elect Biden becomes President of the United States, that he will sign an executive order reversing Trump’s Muslim Ban. This means that the very anti-immigrant polices of Trump will be dismantled day by day by President-Elect Biden. It is a great time in American History at this point because democracy has prevailed and Trump’s insurrection and incitement of violence and attempt to get the election overturned has failed. People across the world can take relief that these bans will be struck down one by one.
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