Green card holders (also known as lawful permanent residents) who have not gone through the naturalization process do not have the same rights as U.S. citizens. Therefore, even if you believe your status in the country is safe, there are certain circumstances which could lead to deportation actions.
Removal typically takes place if the government believes that you have violated criminal or immigration laws. If you have received any notices of deportation or removal proceedings, it is essential that you speak with a York immigration attorney from The Law Office of Rosina C. Stambaugh.
A notice to appear (NTA) is the first step of removal or deportation proceedings. This document is filed with your local immigration court and it will describe the exact reason for the removal action. You will them have the opportunity to hire a York deportation defense lawyer to defend you.
After a deportation or removal notice is issued, you will have to go to immigration court where your case will be tried before an immigration judge. During these proceedings, the judge will look over all of the documentation and evidence and make a decision. Rosina C. Stambaugh has the skill and experience necessary to defend you and argue for your case in court.
While there are a number of different reasons you could face deportation, there are a few commonly known grounds for deportation. If you are a temporary visa holder who has found themselves facing deportation, it is time to take immediate action.
To speak with qualified York deportation defense lawyer Rosina C. Stambaugh, call her office today at (717) 921-4042. She speaks English, Italian, and Spanish.