Lyndhurst Deportation and Removal Defense Attorney
Defending the future of clients facing deportation and removal
Deportation or removal can seriously impact a family. When a person is out of status or arrested for a crime, they can be detained with little to no information given to the family left behind. If a family member is held in immigration detention, the stress of not knowing where a loved one is or their legal status can be overwhelming. If your family is unsure about the legal situation of a family member, contact Offices of Salvatore A. Falletta, LLC for a consultation. Our firm offers clients effective legal support that helps clients:
- Locate detained family members
- Establish whether the person will be transferred to others states
- Determine whether a loved one with eligible for conditional release or bail
- Establish if the detainee can have contact with his or her family
- Provide the detainee quality legal advice and representation
If you or a loved one cannot avoid deportation proceedings, Offices of Salvatore A. Falletta, LLC will explore all legal means to keep you or your family member in the United States as a continued residence. If you need quality legal support, contact our firm for a consultation.
Deportation can devastate a family that has worked so hard to make the American dream a reality. If you are detained by immigration authorities or arrested for a crime, you may not be able to support your family or be with them at all. The effects of deportation or detention are immediate. Even with a green card, you could face an uncertain future in the hands of immigration authorities. Through waivers, an effective attorney can defend your right to stay in the country.
You could be forced to leave the United States if you are under an immigration status or here on a temporary visa and commit certain crimes. Even if you have a green card, certain crimes can subject you to deportation. If you have been convicted of violating United States law, you could face removal proceedings. This is when immigration officials decide if your actions constitute forcing your departure to your original country. If you have committed a “crime of moral turpitude”, aggravated felony, or violated immigration law, you could face this unfortunate reality.