Deportation is one of the scariest things a non-citizen of the United States can face, even if they aren’t guilty of the things they’ve being accused of. Rather than sitting back and letting the government decide your fate, we believe that the best way to keep your future secure is by hiring an Orlando immigration attorney you know you can trust. With over 90 years of combined experience, our firm’s attorneys go above and beyond to fight for and defend our clients’ rights.
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When you obtained a nonimmigrant visa or a green card, you agreed to abide by and uphold certain laws. Thus, according to the U.S. Immigration & Nationality Act, if you commit any actions that violate these laws, it could result in your removal from the United States. Anyone who is not already a U.S. citizen can be deported and sent back to their native country.
There are a number of other offenses which can also result in removal, but the government takes each one on a case-by-case basis. Before you are automatically deported, there is a good chance you will be able to defend your case in immigration court. This is why retaining an attorney during this time is so critical. Your future in the U.S. depends on the right representation!
At Pozo Goldstein, LLP, we will formulate a strong defense on your behalf. Get in touch with our Orlando firm today to pursue the future you deserve.
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