We Will Fight Deportation/Removal And Help You Stay In The U.S.
Whether you are facing removal proceedings for criminal or noncriminal reasons, you will need the help of an experienced immigration law attorney who understands immigration court procedures and can help you remain in the U.S.
At Harrington Law Offices in Boston, Massachusetts, we have been mounting aggressive and thorough defenses against removal for our clients since 1994. If you are at risk of deportation/removal, it is in your best interest to act quickly and work with an attorney who has experience with immigration court.
Have You Received A Notice To Appear?
A Notice to Appear is your warning that deportation and removal proceedings may be initiated against you. Notice to Appear is just that: It tells you that you are required to appear before a judge at an immigration court. If you received this notice, you need to contact a deportation defense attorney immediately.
Grounds For Deportation/Removal
A removal proceeding can be initiated by the government on the basis of criminal acts, such as drug possession or trafficking, or for specific noncriminal reasons. Examples include:
- You have broken immigration laws, such as entering the United States as an undocumented alien.
- You have committed a criminal act.
- You have overstayed a student or work-related nonimmigrant visa.
- You have misrepresented yourself on a nonimmigrant or permanent resident application.
Do Not Wait To Get Legal Help
At Harrington Law Offices, will hit the ground running, taking immediate steps to protect you against deportation and removal. For a low-cost consultation, call us at 617-482-3800 or contact us by email. Se habla español. Se Fala Português.
Perhaps you entered the U.S. illegally or you may be a permanent resident who was convicted of a crime. You may have a legitimate fear of reprisals if you are forced to return to your native country. If you are seeking relief from removal, your first question may be, "Can I stay in the United States?" At Harrington Law Offices, it is our job to find a way to make that happen.