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Deportation Attorney can Prepare the Necessary Defenses to help you

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Possible defenses to deportation of an undocumented alien

A deportation attorney is very important for you to have if you will be in removal proceedings.
This is where the government wants to deport you.
The deportation attorney will be able to inform you that the Immigration Judge and/or the trial attorney representing the Department of Homeland Security
Is not your friend.
They do not want to help you and they do not want you to stay in the U.S. Brian D. Lerner, deportation attorney explains,
How you are just another number on a file for them and to issue a deportation order,
Or to get you to voluntarily to agree to leave is no skin off their back and simply decreases their load of cases that never end.
In fact,
It is only the deportation attorney
that can really help you.
The U.S. immigration laws permit you to have representation in Immigration Court,
And permit the deportation attorney to fight for you and to prepare the necessary defenses to help you.

It would be up to the deportation attorney to try to find some relief you might be eligible for under U.S. immigration laws.
Brian D. Lerner, deportation attorney, suggests that you find a deportation attorney that is a certified specialist in immigration law and has been doing immigration law for years.
In fact,
Brian Lerner suggests that you make sure that even though the deportation attorney has been in business for many years that you confirm that deportation attorney has years of experience representing persons in Immigration Court.
This is not for the deportation attorney just starting or one that is doing this part-time.
Rather, to properly help you and to give you the best chance of success, you will want the deportation attorney to be a qualified and seasoned expert in Immigration Law.

Now, assuming that the Immigration Judge has determined that you are removable,
As cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents.
This is not for people who have had their green cards.
Rather, it if for people who are inside the U.S. illegally.
The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner,
Explains that there are several requirements to at least initially qualify,
For the Cancellation of Removal for non-permanent residents.
First, the deportation attorney states that you must have 10 years of physical presence inside the U.S.
This sometimes means, explains the deportation attorney,
Or if the allegations on the Notice to Appear are unclear or inaccurate,
As to when you entered the U.S.,
You might have to have a contested hearing on the allegation of when you entered the U.S.,
Brian D. Lerner, deportation attorney,
Goes on to explain that the next item to show is that you have good moral character.
There, are different ways of showing this explains the deportation attorney,
But primarily you need to have a clean criminal record.
Additionally, the deportation attorney explains,
you might be able to either get under the petty offense exception,

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The third requirement, and many times the most difficult requirement is that you have an immediate relative,
Who is a U.S. Citizen
This is both an ambiguous and difficult element to prove.
Brian Lerner, deportation attorney,
Will try to get all medical documents, psychological reports, expert testimony and most other relevant documents to make the case succeed.
To the Immigration Court and served on the opposing party.
At a later point, there will be a trial.
It is the trial when the deportation attorney will do what is necessary to put you on the stand, get relevant testimony,
Put children on the stand, parents and other people to show qualification, hardship and good moral character.
After the trial, the Immigration Judge will make a decision on the case explains Brian D. Lerner,
The deportation attorney.
and other times, elaborates the deportation attorney,
If you lose the Cancellation of Removal for non-permanent residents, then you would have to appeal.
However, the deportation attorney makes clear that if it is only the ‘discretionary’ decision you are appealing,
You will not win.

It is the deportation attorney who wants to win at the first stage ,
And to get you to stay in the U.S. If the deportation attorney is successful,
Brian Lerner explains that you will then be considered to be a lawful permanent resident, and will receive your green card at some future point in the mail.
Thus, the deportation attorney concludes that Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents is not easy and requires years of experience,
and dedication to know how to put togethera good Cancellation case.
However,
If done properly and argued correctly,
You can win and get the Green Card through the hard work of the deportation attorney

Watch a video of Brian D. Lerner explaining how to win a Cancellation of Removal Case

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