Can I Be Deported?
Anybody who is not a United States citizen is at risk of being deported. There are few protections for people in the country illegally, even if you are undocumented worker who is paying taxes. There are many reasons you could be deported, including:
- Committing a crime
- Violating or overstaying your visa
- Making fraudulent claims on immigration paperwork
These are just a few of the common reasons for deportation. If you violate any aspect of immigration law, you are putting yourself at risk of being deported. This is why it is always in your best interest to obtain citizenship.
Naturalization is a straightforward process if you meet the right criteria, and an attorney can make sure the process goes smoothly. At The Law Offices of Fernando Alvares, we have helped clients obtain citizenship and avoid deportation for more than 10 years.
You Can Defend Yourself From Being Deported
It is important to hire an experienced immigration lawyer if you are facing deportation. You have a right to argue your case in immigration court and attempt to remain in the United States.
There are several legal options to explore before accepting removal. We have worked with thousands of clients to analyze their unique situations and come up with the best defense to keep them in the United States.
Worried About Deportation?
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