Removal/Deportation Defense

*In January 2024, TRAC Immigration at Syracuse University determined that there is a shortage of immigration attorneys across the country to handle the backlog of cases currently at the immigration courts. See the full article here.

A Notice to Appear (“NTA”) issued to an individual acts as the charging document to commence removal proceedings (formerly called deportation proceedings).

While in removal proceedings, an individual may have certain relief available to avoid being ordered removed by an immigration judge.

The type of relief sought will depend on the specific facts of an individual’s life situation and immigration history.

Such relief may include the following:

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Resources on Removal Defense

We provide the following resources for the respondent in removal proceedings:

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