We Will Defend You Against The Risk Of Deportation

No matter how long you have resided in the United States, if you are not an American citizen, there is the potential that you could be deported. If you have received a deportation order from the federal government, you need assistance immediately from an attorney experienced in immigration law, an area of the law that is complicated and constantly changing.

At Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group, we have more than 100 years of collective experience supporting new arrivals to the United States and defending them when they are at risk of deportation.

Why Did I Receive A Deportation/Removal Order?

Some of the most common reasons that foreign nationals receive a deportation or removal order from the government are:

  • A felony or misdemeanor conviction on a charge such as domestic violence, theft, battery or drug possession/distribution

  • Violation of the terms of the immigration visa such as by overstaying or working when not authorized to do so

  • Suspicion of committing immigration fraud

In addition to the reasons listed above, you may also receive a deportation order for entering the United States unlawfully or for not renewing your visa before it expires. An attorney with our firm can answer questions you may have about immigration issues you are required to address by the government, to assist you in remaining continuously compliant with current regulations.

Our Firm Can Help You Fight Deportation Proceedings

Our firm’s managing partner, Dale M. Schwartz, is an adjunct professor of immigration law at Emory University and is a past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He and the other deportation defense lawyers at our firm have been successful in assisting clients from more than 100 countries resolve their immigration challenges.

If you are facing deportation hearings, we can help you seek:

  • Cancellation of the removal order

  • Permanent residency status

  • Asylum status

  • A waiver under the Immigration and Nationality Act

  • Voluntary departure from the United States prior to deportation

In today’s legal climate, it is essential to build your deportation defense with a law firm that focuses on immigration law and can provide you with the best possible set of options available in your circumstances.

Do Not Delay. Contact Us Today About Your Deportation Order

Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group represents clients in the Atlanta metro area and throughout Georgia. Call us at 770-951-1100 or use our online contact form.