Removal Defense

When Our Clients Face Deportation, We Fight Aggressively

Removal — the legal term for deportation in the United States — involves complex laws, regulations and government priorities. For our clients, however, removal comes down to one thing: being separated from their families and the life they have known in the United States for years or even decades.

At Ramos Immigration Law, we know that aggressive is the only way to be when government lawyers and immigration judges seek to deport our clients. In addition to years of experience in complex immigration matters, our attorneys also have trial experience that can make all the difference in removal proceedings. At our firm, nothing is more important than keeping families together and giving our clients the chance to live better lives in the U.S.

If your loved one is in police custody or being held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), it is important to speak with a lawyer before doing anything that could make it more difficult to keep him or her in the United States. Call 303-417-6370 now.

How Can Our Firm Help You?

Three common scenarios that can result in someone facing removal proceedings are:

  • A noncitizen is arrested on suspicion of committing a crime.
  • A noncitizen is stopped trying to enter the United States without proper immigration documents.
  • Someone overstays a visa that has allowed them to live in the U.S.

For all of these situations, an attorney familiar with immigration laws can maximize the chance that a client will not have to leave the United States. For example, someone facing criminal charges needs aggressive criminal defense because a conviction (or even accepting a delayed sentence) can result in deportation. We help our clients act smartly to avoid these negative consequences.

In other situations, we can use our experience arguing on clients' behalf to convince immigration judges not to deport someone. There are many possible ways to avoid removal including:

  • 10 years of continuous presence in the United States
  • No convictions of crimes involving "moral turpitude" (for example, violent crimes)
  • Possession of good character
  • Extreme hardship that a family member who is a U.S. citizen would experience if removal occurs

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Our removal defense lawyers can determine the options you or your loved one has to stay in the United States. For a consultation, email us or call our Longmont or Aurora offices at 303-417-6370.