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Battling Against Deportation: A Comprehensive Guide

Deportation can be a frightening prospect, particularly in a city as diverse as New York. Understanding your rights and the legal avenues available is crucial in these challenging times. Morgan Legal Group provides an in-depth look at how to effectively battle against deportation in New York.

Understanding Deportation Laws and Regulations

Start by exploring the current legal landscape surrounding immigration and deportation. This includes recent changes to laws, what these laws entail, and how they might affect individuals facing deportation proceedings.

Common Grounds for Deportation

Discuss the most common reasons individuals may find themselves facing deportation, including visa violations, criminal convictions, and procedural errors during immigration processes.

Legal Rights of Immigrants

Highlight the rights that all immigrants possess, regardless of status, when facing deportation. This section is critical for ensuring that individuals understand their rights to a fair trial, representation, and appeal.

Strategies to Fight Deportation

Offer detailed strategies that can be used to combat deportation. This might include applying for asylum, cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents, adjustment of status, or temporary protected status (TPS).

The Role of Legal Representation

Emphasize the importance of securing knowledgeable legal representation. Discuss how attorneys can navigate complex immigration laws and provide a defense that effectively addresses the specific circumstances of a client’s case.

Preparing for Deportation Defense

Provide practical advice on how individuals can prepare for their defense against deportation. This includes gathering necessary documentation, securing witnesses, and other preparatory steps that can strengthen their case.

Case Studies: Successful Deportation Defenses

Include real-life examples of successful deportation defenses handled by or known to Morgan Legal Group. These case studies can provide hope and actionable insights for readers.

Navigating Immigration Court Proceedings

Detail the process of immigration court, what to expect during hearings, and how decisions are made. Offering insights into the courtroom environment can help demystify the process and prepare individuals for what to expect.

How Morgan Legal Group Can Help

Conclude with an overview of how Morgan Legal Group supports its clients facing deportation. Highlight specific services offered, such as representation in immigration court, filing of legal motions, and ongoing support throughout the deportation process.

Conclusion: Staying Informed and Prepared

Wrap up the guide by reinforcing the importance of staying informed about immigration laws and prepared to defend against deportation. Encourage readers to seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity to enhance their chances of a favorable outcome.

Undocumented families, and children in particular, didn’t use to have much reason to worry. Owing to a lack of funds, the government agencies responsible for deportation tended to focus their efforts on dangerous criminals. These days, as you can see just by switching on the news, that’s no longer the case. ICE has secured more funding than ever and is using it to deport every undocumented person they can get their hands on. Keep reading to learn how to overcome the fear and battle against deportation.

Who is Safe?

If your children were born on US soil, then they are US citizens and cannot be deported. This status is ironclad. It is doubtful that any future immigration policy changes will revoke their citizenship. Once they turn 21, citizens can also petition for their parents to be granted permanent residence in the United States. Even if they weren’t born in the United States, your children may be safe if they arrived before turning 16. Children can file for DACA, which will keep them safe against deportation for two years if they are either students or have graduated from high school. Politicians are currently arguing over whether to allow DACA to continue, meaning that the future of anyone in the program is uncertain.

What Happens if Parents Are Deported?

If parents are deported and their children also do not have a right to be in the United States, then the family is generally deported together. However, the situation becomes tricky if the children are citizens or residents. The children’s future is determined in court if this is the case. Typically, the children will either leave the country with their parents, be left in the care of a family member, or be put into the foster care system. This decision is at the judge’s sole discretion, and asking for the child to be placed with a family member in the United States is no guarantee that they will be.

Life as an undocumented person can be scary. That’s why you need an immigration lawyer to guide you forward and help you live without fear. At Morgan Legal Group, we offer unbeatable immigration law services. We know everything there is to know about immigration law and always offer attentiveness and personalized service. We can’t wait to find out how best to help you fight deportation.

DISCLAIMER: The information provided in this blog is for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. The content of this blog may not reflect the most current legal developments. No attorney-client relationship is formed by reading this blog or contacting Morgan Legal Group.

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