A Defender Against Deportation

If you just received a Notice to Appear from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), you are likely afraid that you are about to get deported. By law, before deportation can happen, there must be a deportation proceeding process.

Navigation through the deportation process and proving your innocence to remain living in the United States takes the action of a skillful immigration lawyer. Lewisville lawyer Juan A. Aguirre has over a decade of experience representing clients facing deportation in Texas.

A Court Appearance

The initiation of the deportation process happens when the DHS believes that you have broken U.S. immigration law. The Notice to Appear is the first step in this process. This means you have another chance to convince an immigration judge that you should remain in the United States. The removal proceeding process will likely have multiple court dates where it will be necessary for you:

  • To attend
  • To present witnesses and evidence to support your case
  • To receive a copy of any written evidence that the DHS presents

If you do not attend the hearing, ICE can detain you and give you an automatic order of removal, so it is necessary to be there to preserve your rights.

Ability To Appeal

If you receive a deportation order as the result of the proceeding, you can file an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals. It is essential to have an experienced attorney for a good deportation defense and a chance at a successful appeal.

Act Against Deportation Today

Do not delay. Call the Law Offices of Juan A. Aguirre, P.C., today at 972-330-4238 or use this online form for a free initial legal consultation. We also offer legal services from our San Antonio office. Se habla español.