Learn How Deportation Defense Can Protect Your Status

The possibility of being deported is frightening and disruptive to nearly any non-U.S. citizen in the country. The best deportation defense is preventive action. If you need to renew your work visa or obtain adjustment of status, talk to an attorney before you get into trouble with your immigration status.

On the other hand, there may not be time or opportunity to prevent the first steps toward possible deportation. If you have been arrested or convicted of a crime, your immigration status may be at risk. You may have received a notice from immigration authorities that gives you good reason to worry about your visa or residency status.

Problems You May Face With U.S. Immigration

An attorney at The Townsley Law Firm can help you determine the best path to protecting your immigration status. Contact us if you have:

  • Been arrested for a misdemeanor or any crime
  • Realized that your visa is expired or will soon expire
  • Been questioned by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  • Been taken into custody by immigration authorities

The best solution for preventing deportation will depend on your individual circumstances. For example, if you have planned to marry an American citizen, it may be advisable to go through with the marriage sooner rather than later. This is just one example of a deportation defense solution that may apply in your case.

Get A No-Obligation Consultation

If your immigration status matters to you, it is important not to face ICE or the USCIS alone. Email our Lake Charles lawyers at 337-377-0584 or 800-216-6808 to learn how we can help We offer free consultations.