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Defending Noncitizens From Deportation Threats

Compassionate, effective deportation defense is a large part of my practice at Crooms Immigration Law in Orange County. You may worry that deportation is a strong possibility. Or, your spouse, parent or child may already be in a detention center awaiting removal. No matter what your circumstances or worries are, my team and I are here for you.

I am attorney Monica Crooms. My legal staff and I want to support you and your family during this time of worrying about the threat of deportation.

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It is one thing to read about these issues on the internet. It is another to talk them over with friends and family. And, it is a different thing altogether to get personalized counsel regarding any of the following:

  • Removal proceedings: You or your family member may need representation in a removal proceeding before an immigration judge. The judge’s decision can determine whether or not you (or your family member) can continue to live in the United States. As soon as a government agency alleges that you have committed a crime or violated rules and/or do not have the right to stay, removal proceedings may begin.
  • Going to court: The court that makes you worry that you may be deported can be a regular criminal court or an immigration court. Convictions for some crimes now result in automatic deportation. At Crooms Immigration Law in Los Alamitos, you will find the type and degree of deportation defense advocacy that you need, regardless of which court will hear your case.
  • Costs involved in deportation defense: Overall legal and court costs vary greatly depending on the circumstances, In addition, you may miss out on wages if you must miss work because of your deportation case. Ask me how to keep your costs down.
  • Cancellation of removal: You may be eligible for the removal of your deportation order if you can prove that you are eligible for a green card. A well-known path to the cancellation of removal orders against you is marriage to a U.S. citizen or green card holder. You may have other options. If so, I will help you find them.

Get answers to common questions about deportation and, more importantly, get individualized advice as soon as possible.

Find Out The Best Way To Stop Deportation, If Possible – And Pursue That Path

Perhaps criminal charges, rather than deportation, is the more immediate threat. Have you been accused, charged or arrested for one or more alleged crimes or immigration violations? Let us work with you on a defense strategy with your immigration status in mind.

Contact an experienced California lawyer at Crooms Immigration Law by calling 562-502-8401 or sending an email inquiry.