Deportation Defense

If you are not a citizen of the United States, you are still at risk of removal from the United States under certain circumstances. A brush with the law and the justice system may result in deportation proceedings that could lead to your removal from the U.S. If deportation proceedings have been initiated against you, you may have an opportunity to defend yourself and avert the worst outcome – removal or deportation. Losing removal proceedings can have dire implications for some families. The removal of a family member from the U.S. could mean the separation of family, destruction of lives, loss of investment, or other negative outcomes. Janda Law can defend you in your removal proceedings. Our experienced Nevada immigration lawyers will fight hard to tell your story and obtain a positive outcome in your case. For more information about how Janda Law can help you, call us today at 702-758-8888 to schedule your free consultation.

  • Our experienced immigration attorneys vigorously represent clients in deportation proceedings.
  • We understand the complexities of the deportation process and will advocate on your behalf at every stage of the process.
  • At the Janda Law Firm, you are assured of open and sincere communication with your attorney. You will always be in direct contact with your attorney to ask any questions or share any concerns that you may have.

If you or a family member are facing deportation, you need experienced legal support, to defend your case and fight for you to stay in the U.S. Our passionate and compassionate Nevada immigration lawyers are waiting to hear from you. Your initial consultation is free. Call us today at 702-758-8888 to speak with one of our experienced lawyers.

Circumstances that May Result in Deportation Proceedings

There are two categories of individuals who may face deportation proceedings, also known as removal proceedings:

  • Individuals who arrive at a port of entry to the United States and are not admitted into the U.S.
  • Individuals who are admitted into the United States

In the case of individuals who are not admitted into the U.S., the following reasons may be grounds for charges of inadmissibility as provided for in 8 USC §1182:

  • Health-related grounds – conditions such as communicable diseases or physical or mental disorders that pose a threat to the safety and welfare of the individual or others.
  • Criminal and related grounds – conviction or admission of certain crimes involving moral turpitude, or crimes relating to a controlled substance. Individuals with multiple criminal convictions, controlled substance traffickers, and engaging in prostitution, money laundering, and human trafficking will also face charges of inadmissibility under criminal and related grounds.
  • Security and related grounds – individuals suspected of espionage or sabotage against the U.S., and individuals engaged in terrorist activities and their spouses or children.
  • Public charge – individuals deemed likely to become a public charge based on their age, health, family status, financial status and resources, and education and skills.

In the case of individuals admitted into the U.S., the following reasons may be grounds for charges of inadmissibility as provided for in 8 USC §1227:

  • Inadmissibility at the time of entry
  • Revocation of nonimmigrant visa
  • Violation of conditions of entry
  • Marriage fraud
  • Criminal offenses including crimes of moral turpitude, aggravated felony, high-speed flight, failure to register as a sex offender, and multiple criminal convictions

What to Expect in Removal Proceedings

If you are facing removal proceedings, you will receive a written notice or “notice to appear”, which will contain all the details of the proceedings including the reason why proceedings have been initiated against you. If you receive a “notice to appear”, you should immediately contact a skilled immigration lawyer to represent you. It is never a good idea to ignore a “notice to appear” as the clock starts running against you once there is proof that you have been served the notice to appear. The proceedings will not stop because you refused to respond, and a decision to deport you can be taken in your absence. 

Contact the Nevada Immigration Lawyers Protecting You from Deportation

At Janda Law, we understand how devastating a deportation order can be for you and your family. If you are facing deportation, you need the experienced team at Janda Law to defend you and fight for the best possible outcome in your case. Deportation proceedings do not have to end in an order of deportation. Let Janda Law help you. Contact us today at 702-758-8888 to schedule your free consultation and review of your case.