What Happens if I Am Placed in Immigration/Deportation Proceedings?
There are several reasons why you may be placed in immigration or deportation proceeding, which include entering the country illegally, overstaying a visa, or committing a crime while in the United States. You will likely receive a deportation order or a Notice to Appear (NTA). It is crucial that you attend all scheduled immigration hearings. It is best that you seek the help of a competent immigration attorney to help you find the best defense for your case. The Rahgozar Law Firm can provide you with advice on the various avenues of relief from deportation based on the facts of your case. For review of your immigration case, please contact our office at (832) 792-3636.