What To Do If Threatened With Removal
Have you or a loved one been threatened with removal? Is a loved one being held in detention at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility? Is a loved one in jail awaiting transport to an ICE detention facility? Whatever the case may be, we can help.
At Immigration Law Office in Chicago, we have more than 20 years of experience fighting deportation and helping immigrants stay in the United States. We encourage you to contact us immediately for a free consultation with a dedicated lawyer. We will educate you about your options and take fast action to help you avoid deportation or get your loved one out of immigration detention.
Getting Out Of Detention
Whether or not an immigrant can be released from detention depends on the reason for removal. In many situations, a detained immigrant can be released on bond. This is ideal, as deportation proceedings can last for a long time. We will review the matter and determine if the immigrant is eligible for bond. If this is a possibility, we will educate you about your options for posting bond, including directing you toward a bonding company if appropriate.
Getting On With Life
What many immigrants threatened with deportation do not know is that life can and should go on while the deportation proceeding is pending. These cases regularly take a year, or even upward of five years in complex situations. If you are able to get out of detention on bond, there is no need to wait around. You can get a Social Security card and a work permit while your case is in progress. You can get your driver’s license. You can become part of your Illinois community and start the process of integrating into the American fabric.
We encourage you to do this, and we can help you along. Showing your commitment to becoming a productive member of society can only help your case.
There are many options available for fighting deportation, and we are well-versed in all of them. If you have been threatened with removal because of a criminal matter, we can address that and your deportation case simultaneously. We have earned a reputation for success with waivers, asylum applications and other methods for preventing removal.
Get A Free Consultation Now — Se Habla Español
Every minute that passes could represent an opportunity lost. We recommend that you get in touch with an attorney at our law firm as soon as possible. We are prepared to take action right away to get your loved one out of immigration detention or to help you fight removal. Let us get to work for you. Call us at 773-877-3982 or contact us by email.